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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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SomebodY"lcked up against a Two Months

city ordlnance'and was hailed into EarlyFATHER

REALITY # FOR BALL HERE mayor court about once every I ROAD 13

three days last year a perusal of

I the city's docket showed this week.. AT 70 Prices for Early Berries

Company To Pay Growlers 1!1 Slernberg Has Good Luck During made In 1930 the tj.|>ere ll-tale were book.135 entries Delegation To Appear DIES 3 DAYS AFTER, Drop From Teu To

Three Cents Pound In Booking Negro The most popular offense as Before State Road Eight Cents Pint
ANDREW GREEN BURIED
1 Orchestra might be eXPlcted.was drunkenness -
For Berries DepartmentTOWNS WEDNESDAY IN DYAL
the charge made ninety
against
__ I I t'EMETEKY. NEW RIVER 300 CRATES SOLD
of the entries Fighting came
LARGEST ATTENDANCE ALONG; LINK:
RADFORD MUST SUPPLY
I next In twenty-two cases; disorderly
Death
took Andrew
| CRATES OF FRUIT EVER IS EXPECTEDBy TO SET SET MONDAYA Tuesday
0,000 conduct, twenty; gambling Green of New River who at the Car Shipments Will Begin

+ J -of Frosted Food Y Pd a stroke of good luck N. five; selling liquor, four; speeding communication to the Telegraph age of seventy years had Just become Next Week If
Representatives thiee. Numerous other
,
charges
1 the father of a baby girl The
: chairman of BradtordCounty's
.p Sternberg this week from Dan
of Central Kelly
Sales Corpn., a subsidiary xta such as blowing fire whistle, driv- child was born to Mr. and Mrs. Weather Continues
Ball
Birthday for the Nassau
In
Foods Inc., this week continued County representative
m ing while under the influence ofliquor
Green Saturday/ and the father
their investigation of the advls- President, announced yesterday the state legislature, stated that a
' of Bradford County { that he had been able to engage and driving without lights, delegation from Fernandina and died three days/ later Bradford County growers al1t
, abllity buying 4 trailed far beflnd with a score of
strawberries for cold pack at the Walter Barnes and his International other towns north of here along Funeral services were hcU wel'.1 shippers were preparing this weekto
'I only one each.Mayor's '
trid of the approaching season. I I Royal Creollans to play: for the court Road 13 will be In Starke Mondayon nesday afternoon at 4 meet the unusual circumstanced
Is held Monday
stated that their The Telegraph 'la justly proud of i annual party to be held here Saturday every the way down the state. the Dyal Cemetery Besides his of a strawberry season that blJtall'
hey company afternoon at two
I o'clock a( the ,wife and baby, ono other L.U... _..;- to under
night, January 30. An will be made get way about two
;would not be Interested In a deal : Its list of faithful subscribers.Throughout City Hall. attempt to or-
unless assured of at least 20,000 ; the years In good I This famous Brunswick recordIng ganize a motorcade In each townto vlvea. months ahead of the usual time. A

er.a.tfS. of fruit In which case theywould I times and In bad--they continue to and radio orchestra is coming drive to TullahftHso next Thurs- ---. month of temperatures approxU(

offer growers three cents a i take the paper and thus It is that tto i Florida for the winter season BUSiNKSMENOrganization day for an appearance before the mating those usually felt here in

t pounds for U. S. No. 1 berries, not our list remains fairly constantI and Mr. Sternberg was able to' State Road Department holdingIts FIELD DAY July and August have hurried the

packed, crates and cups returned, j I without having to resort to suchhigh I book them for a stop-over In budget meeting at that time. crop to maturity and It now seem,

fjjo. b. Brownlee's warehouse In I IIN I pressure tactics as contests, Starke through a West Pulm The delegation will ask the boardto Being Held probable that the first carload! of

/ 1 Starke, or J. L. Harrell warehouse r premiums, etc. Above Is Jake I Beach booking agency. complete Road 13 between Raid- the season will roll from Lawtey

' { in Lawtey.Is Johns, well-known character about Barnes will bring with him his win and Yulee this Saturday or at least by Monday .

> price would mean a return I the county, and a faithful readerof j I original band featuring such artists SEEKS MEMBERS Judging from sentiment eipresa- AT HIGHSCHOOL of next week Car shipmentsfrom

to*, the grower of from eighty to.IJhtyflve the paper Although a familiar as Orlando Randolph, sensational I d lit the Business: Men's Club SI a ike are expected to begina

:j cents a crate, and he figure on the streets of Starke, Ve trumpeteer, Jack Johnson i, Monday, a large number of citizens few days later

[would save the cost of packing, lives near Kingsley Lake and 1s f picking the fiddle; Chick Gorden, FIND: DIFFICULTY IN: CONDUCTING : from here will attend the budget Old hands at the game here

;about twenty cents a crate, and the shown here reading the Telegiaph jumping sax man; Bud Washington AFFAIRS WITH meeting. OVER 2,000(}()(} CHILDREN: TO scratch their heads/ and recall few

": 'coat of crate material, around as he pauses at Powell's commissary I sensational drummer. Each SMALL: )JVUMBER ItE TKKSKNT: : FROM: ALLOVER seasons when the shipment has

1 thirty-five; cents. Altogether, It I while trying to catch a ride man In the thirteen-man aggregation COTTON COUNTYWhat begun this early. No one will venture

would amount to the same as if he home. Is said to be a feature in him- The BuslnofE to say Just what the outcome
I Men's
were shipping his berries for $1.35 .... !:* Club of oromlses to be one of the to the average farmer In dollars
1 self.With Starke will put on an intensive SUGGESTIONSI
or' $1.40 per crate. such an unusual attraction, drive during the next two weeks in I Kroulent sprclacle.i l of Its kind ever I and cents will be. though most

It the deal goes through, the AGENT REVIEWS Mr. Sternberg la expecting unprecedented an attempt to build up member- McCLANE ADVISES FARMERSON staged In Bradford County will agree that there Is bound to be

t company will establish its factory crowds at the Woman's ship In the organization and PLANTING NEW take' place at the high school here moro cold weather perhaps a

In,J Jacksonville and will ba prepared Club next Saturday. The crowd effort will be made to have a large an CROP today/ vhen 2,000artiildren from all freeze In March..

to handle up to 1,000,000 Provisions Of will not be confined to dancers, but representation at the next over the county converge at B. II Prospects are that prices will

.. ;;pounds of berries If they can be lovers of good entertainment and meeting, The following suggestions to S. for a monster Field Day Demonstration be generally low for berries com
Monday 1.
1wt: I music will undoubtedly be there February Sea Island cotton growers In this ing in this early since Plant City
I II FARM PROGRAMATTENDED Each man present at the meet- county were made yesterday by
11 berry growers are urged to also. Large numbers are also expected the The rooming will be occupied by U pouring them out on the northern
I to be drawn from Ing Monday was given the name ofa county agent'"First : markets at the rate of
:i 'nee> either Brownlee Bros here or j nearby various mental contests In spell twentyof
"tJlt.: Harrell In Lawtey as soon as -- cities that are not so fortunate in prospective member and was I want to urge growers to ing: arithmetic, reading, etc., and thirty cars a day, and some
before
told to see me Sea Island
the they buy
bring new man to the
I and them estimate IMPORTANT the athletic shipper contend that people In the
[possible give an famous cotton seed In order event will begin atone
next to
meeting at elseIt -- get good
MEETING IN GAINESVILLE I northern cities Just don'teat
of the number of crates that | seed which Is o'clock In the afternoon. naturally
free from
off.
',.can be furnished after the regular : LAST WEEK Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock Is a standing Joke with the seed. type Award will be given In about strawberries this soon since

. : shipping season is over. j and further details as to entertainment I few faithful regular members of "Second, after 160 events, It in aald.YOUNG weather conditions are generallybad

: .; ."If the deal goes through, figur-1 I County Agent T. K. McClane, and contests will be announced the organization how the attend If buying your teed and they are In no mood for

, on the basis of the minimum j Jr., attended conference In Gaines later, it was said. ance picks up before an election or you already have it, be sure shortcake.

', unt of berries required, It ville last Frldll.Y.,relative to the Birthday balls In two previous and drop off ''JJst: as soon as the to hand pick and throw out all the DEMOS All In all, growers here would
fuzzy, seed This will
,f51l. ;/ mean an additional revenue new 1937 Agricultural Conservation years here have been grand successes votes have been counted and the dlnty. helpto PICK OFFICERS feel a lot safer if the cold had

for growers and If successful jl program. He announces that and it Is believed that this smoke of battle has cleared away. takes keep your few seer! pure. This only come along about the usual time,
a minutes and
'I" would provide a steady the major changes in the new program one will keep up the tradition. Attendance at the meetings before you big dividends In the end will pay T. FRANK LANDRUM ELECTEDTO holding our berries back until the>

market! for surplus fruit. from the 1936 program are Seventy percent of the profits stay the first primary this spring averaged "Third, discourage the SUCCEED DR. McLEN- middle of March, allowing us to
plantingof
I as follows: in the community to aid Infantile around thirty persons, but short DON AS PRESIDENT> sandwich our shipments In betweenthe
cotton In
\ I!paralysis has now dwindled away until the your community early fruit from Plant City and
[CONE ABOLISHES { There will be no payment for cases, and thirty percent tf this la hazardous to the Sea Is-
i summer legumes left on the land j goes to the Warm Spring Foundation Monday luncheons bring out only lend cotton 'r Frank Landrum, mayor of the late from North Carolina.
With
ROAD PATROL but $2.00 per acre will be paid for : tea or twelve regulars. cotton near Industry our Sea Island short Starke, was elected president of A freeze coming now would do

soybeans, velvet beans, cowpeas I! The faithful few believe that this plant the Young Democratic Club of much more damage than an early
| ings It will be
)ELIMINATION OF THIS DEPARTMENT I crotalarla, etc., grown on the land i I STARKE-4-H I 'Is the wrong attitude to take and our seed Impossible to keep Bradford County at a meeting heldin cold!' since the sap Is high In plants

TO SAVE I and the leaves, stems, and vines CLUBORGANIZED they Intend to do something about -pure.- -.- the court house Tuesday night. and' they are very tender' becauseof
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$150,000 YEARLYTALLAHASSEE 1 plowed under. I ,It It la difficult to carry on theprogiesHlve Other officers elected were: Dr. the continued warmth Should
lUg liirthday Greetings .1 I. W. lirownlve, first cold come, however
vicepresident preceded
J -- G o v e rnor I The payment for the seeding of I II work of the organization I by a
,, I Cone's Highway Commission abol- : winter legumes has been raised I INITIAL, MEETINGS ENROLL, when only a handful of mem- R. L. Kemp, local manager of ; J. G Godwin. second vlce- heavy rain, the danger would ba

I THIRTY-EIGHT NEW bers turn out. they say. Some- the Western Union advises that president; 1':. L. Matthews secre greatly lesnened One shipper estimated
llshed the State Road Patrol reCently I from $1.00 per acre to $1.50> per .
MEMBERS times the functioning of Important the company has placed ita nationwide tary-treasurer; and N D. Wain. this week that a freeze
ordering it out of existence acre. I I '
committees la handicapped because .1 system of telegraph offices at wrlght, Jr., Heigeant-at-orms. now would mean' the Ions of 100.-
:
Jan. 31. "In accordance with the'Qovernor's | The payment for the plowing under County Agent T. K. McClane. Jr.
of the scarcity of persons availablefor the disposal of the President's Dr. II. B McLendon, retiring 000 crates of fruit In this county.
( 1'
wish\ Board mem- i of winter legumes In the springhas organized two additional 4-H ClubsIn I
duty. Birthday Ball committee for receiving president, of the club, reviewed thework Records In the office < J. L.
ers estimated the move would ben lowered from $1.50; to $1.00 Bradford in the
County past several twenty-five cents Harrell, of
I from the
manager
dune dining the Lawtey
Ave about $150,000 a year. I Progressive citizens Interested In punt year I
" per acre. days. building the each person who place his signa- and declared. that all demands on Loading and! Shipping Co.. show
(There
was no discussion at the up country are urgedto
The payment for establishing He held the initial meeting of a ture on a multiple birth- that in 19.11: cnrlct .
I Commission's meeting as Brooks11atnnan I i iI ( become members of the Business l- signature the local organization by the Na- ] shtrcnta began
j'permanent pasture has been In- local 4-H Club Friday afternoon In Men's Club. It Is day greeting. Signatures from ev- tional Committee had been carried e' en earl.er than they will this
member from Pahokee I not
necessary -
crease-4 from $2.00 to $3.00 per j the auditorium of the Bradford to wait for ery city, town, and hamlet will be out. He expressed the appreciation neason The first cur rolled that
[offered the abolishing resolution j an Invitation. The
[and it was adopted unanimously. 1 acre. | County High School. Twenty-five next meeting will be held at the mailed to New York, where they of the club for the cooperation ,yell on January 14 A flee "
members
Automobiles motorcycles and Producers who plant any of the I I I I were taken in and the Magnolia Cafe. Monday, February will be bound Into what probably received from local business housesIn came on I-'ebrnnry 7. and ahlp-

[ether equipment used by the fif- base crops: such as cotton and to- !, following officers were elected: 1, and if you would like to becomea will be the greatest birthday greet- running advertisements for the menus were resumed two weeks'

bacco for the first time will s!>.crl. I'i i President, Nelson Moore; Vice member of the club, be ing in history 100 per cent of the Democratic! Party before the November later. A total of 157> cars rolled
ty-two men in the will be Just
patrol flce any payment they may expect I i i President, Paul Faulkner: Secre- ent. pres- money will be turned over to the election.Charley from Luwtuy that year The first
[concentrated "at some ,
place
for tary-Treasurer, Forest Crosby. national birthday ball car date In 1031 was' March 24
soil committee
in
[ planting building crops i, -- K. Johns ;
and
Chairman A. B. Hale said, until a H. C. Wallwel'e
1937. However, those who had ,|>' A new club was formed at Law- I which will arrange for proper named 193s: March 28; and 10M: March
[decision Is reached on disposition i iof Slot as delegate to the
Machines
fey Tuesday the first
morning Stolen credit for each 2t.
cotton and tobacco In 1936 will be community.
state
[ it. convention In Bradenton
eligible to apply for a base in these I j i meeting attracting thirteen memo Three slot machines were stolen March Shipment' from here and Law
[ 18-21.
It may be stored, he said, to I Henry Mantissa. J,
bers, several of whom have bad
from Light's flatford Farmer tey, which began la
commodities. Filling Station Killed a small
,await possible action by the Leg- 4-H on O. Godwin and Dr H. B. McLendonwill way
+ islature next April to establish the Producers who wish to divert previous experience. Officers Road 13 one rainy night early last George Rhoden, 43-year-old farmer be alternates last Saturday, have totalled 304)
elected are J. C. Prevail. Jr. President week. crates.
of their tobacco cotton I Evidently me thieves were of Raiford They brought growers ten
[patrol by legislative enactment.Oawemor part or was Instantly killed Eighteen
: Robert Rosier, Vice President memberships were taken cents
, Sholtz, who preceded base may do so at the rate of five ; J C. Pringle Secretary- exceptionally nervy ones for they ', Thursday night of last week for the new year, and a drive cents a pint the first day, nine

ivernor Cone, established the cents per pound times the adjusted j Treasurer. stopped to openithe) machines with when he stepped Into the aide of a will be made to build up the Monday and eight cents
yield for the farm. Tobacco "crew drivers about half a block moving log truck trailer. A organ.Ization. Tuesday and Wednesday It was
ighway patrol and put its opera- growers The of the Club coro- .
base divert I object 4-H Is for I from the scene of the robbery The I Istation ner'a Jury held the believed that the price would dropas
[towns under direction of the High- having a may twen- the betterment of home and farm- I accident un -.--- fruit
of such base. Cot was entered by forcing a avoidable. He leaves becomes mote plentiful.
ay Department. He'sald at that ty-five percent a wife and
Ing conditions and It has done ''
lock the New .
on front door. Office Furniture
[time the patrol was established ass ton growers having base may divert great work In these directions.The I aeveral children.

means of protecting, the high-: as much as thirty-five per' boys who have Joined these Superintendent of Public Instruction PLANT CITY

1 ways by preventing .overloaded cent of such baie. A, J. Griffin will have
clubs will be Instructed In raising AT PEAK OUTPUT

, ,i [motor vehicles I The county agent plans to hold crops, livestock etc., from an [[WHAT DO YOU THINK what his secretary, Mrs. J. .,. Warren

Members of the Patrol were aaigneil a series of meetings In the near future lightened and scientific en-I I ? ] describes as "the best looking FORTY-FOUR CARS SHIPPED

[. by Governor Sholtz for two to explain the 1937 program and will be given every office In Bradford County," when )IONDA Y TWENTY

[winter seasons to State border staIt fully to all the producers In the meat and aid- possible-through the- present plans for decoration have CARS TUESDAY

ions to turn back jobless trans(i county. ,county agent and the facilities he This la the second of a series of to the old rule, he said "we'll been carried out. The office Ubeing

[dents who sought to enter the represents. weekly questions asked citizens of have warm weather He was furnished with a sevenpieceset Government reports show that

f ;State. He said the border guard i I Any boy who would like to Join Bradford County on questions of referring to the old Haying that of modernistic office furnitureIn Plant City shipped thirty-six express -
Two Farms Sold
[was necessary to protect Florida cm see any 4-H secretary or general Interest and discussion. the weather of each of the twelve rhormltim and green leather, and eight freight can of

I residents. and winter visitors from The Wilson Realty Company has I County Agent McClane Join now Our question this week is "Do respective days following Christmas whose comfort Is only exceeded by strawberries Monday and twenty

[persons who, because of lack of fl- reported the aale of two farms. The ''If you wish to start a project for you think that winter is over or do H the key to the weather of 1H good looks. It cost approxi- express cars Tuesday of this week.

Inanrea. might turn to criminal Ware place, one mile west of Law. 1937 you think we will have plenty of each of the twelve respective mately $300 and all pieces with the This brought the total movement

)jcU after entering the State. tey: consisting of 100 acres, has cold later on? Do you ever remember months In the following year. exception of a !large desk have ar- from there thus far this season to

.y _ ._ been bought by J. R. Shuford, of Tomato Plants GaloreA. a winter as mild as this Mr Norman tells us that he remembers rived. The school board will alto: more than four million pints for

:,,{ Auto Accident Lawtey. He will take immediate one?" one mild winter "aboutten use!! the newly furnished room for which growers have grossed approximately

'r'7".|* i pos8es ion. The Gay place two J. Grlffla. county superintend AKCHIBI.I JOHNS local hunter Its meetings $&00,000.00. Prices
There was a minor accident in years ago when we IcuOeJ I
r front of the pool-room Call miles north of Brooker, consisting I lent of schools, will plant fourteenacres and fisherman, declares that strawberries from the twenty. .---- there have been ranging frnm seven
on of 270 acres, has been bought by of tomato seed late In February "We will have a little cold spator to'eight' cents a pint.
seventh of
: 'til the
January
Street Wednesday,when Miss Juan-f I sea
,-, It Barefoot H. C. Wall, of Starke. at his farm near here. He two about the first of March." son ended.'' Tag Time Extended Rain l IJt reported needed In the
out
pulled from a
I expects to have about two million Mr. Johns tells us he remembers Business Plant City area and growers there
dropped off at the office
parking space and bit the right i plants for sale this spring. one winter so mild that It "didn't M. F.. HPAKKS. barber, said "Win are also wishing for a cool spell

';c rear fender of a pasalng car owned -i I, Shoots Self In Foot even kill the pepper bushes." ter Is over. We'll have no more of Tax Collector C. A. Knight that will hold back production until -
last Friday as Governor Cone
, by Leonard Vlckory, Ford garage I Johnnie Roberts, former state BirthsMr J. "'. MORGAN, merchant, give us damaging cold." In reply to nounced that the expiration date an- northern markets will give*

half off.mechanic, tearing the fender highway patrolman who was stationed and Mrs Andrew Green, his opinion of winter and cold the latter part of our query, Mr. for 1930 automobile llcen.ies: wouldbe fruit a more favorable reception.

in Starke several months girl born Jan. 16. weather In three concise words;: Sparks states that he remembers extended to February 1. He -- -

Business ago, was visiting friends here I Mr, and Mrs Edward Hodges "Plenty and soon" three mild winters on the average stated there would be no extension Beauty Shop Moves
S' : Picking Up Tuesday. He was on crutches and demons, Heilbronn ALBERT ANDERSON with this one.
Springs, girl, garage this .
l beyond dite State law: provides Mr and Mrs. Jack Frazier! who
;, Dr. M. B. Herlong has delivered said that a week after he born Jan. 13. is of
', was I owner, the same opinion. P. S. DENMARK: merchant, /answered for a deadline January, 13 unless operated the Pollyanne Beauty
[fifty-one new arrivals since begin- transferred from, here to Yulee he Mr. and Mrs. "We'll
I Loany Clifton have plenty of cold : "Yes. we will have more the time Is extended by the Shop here for the past: few moat' n,
: Enlng practice here last May 30. He accidentally shot himself In his. I Smith, Lawtey, girl, born Jan. 13. weather," he stated. winter, I am sure He did not governor, who has authority to moved this week to Archer, They

- baa twenty-seven on the "waiting I right foot when he dropped a pistol>' Mr. and. Mrs. Hugh Butler Crosby 1, S. NORM.IN, Lawtey farmer, remember any winter a* mild as I postpone It for !a* much as thirty Intend to continue In the b, ,utyin

:r tat the present tJn4. ,during target practice.!<<: > Brooker, boy, born Jan. 7. believes In slyoj. "According th's' one .J.". a5'P business I thit town

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1 TEMPLE&LUNCH GARAGE ROOM BRADFORD COUNTY I JACOBS'AND ] \



: SANDWICHES I
COFFEE
it(1REP11RINO OIL -
GAS i
It Will Be Higher Quality
WE WISHFIELD
SCHOOLS
} DAY And Be Lower PricedWE

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HAVE TUB LATEST IN
EVERY SUCCESS: AV JAN. .
SPORTS! FEED YOUR HEALTH FURNITURE '
WE FEED YOUR BODY .
HARTMAN'SSPOTLIGHT RADIOS ,


ON THEIR C RUGS STOVES AND

) RESTAURANT u L J PHONO. RECORDS


When You're Tired and DENMARKFURNITURECO.

22ND..
Thirsty Say
THERE IS NO BETTER
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'y PLACE TO EAT

(!e.G: FIRST THANBRYANT'S

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You Can Tear 'Em Up STARKE FLORIDA

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But When We're ThroughYou

Can Air 'Em Out FIELD DAYIS

FIELD DAY GOOD FOR YOU WHEN OUT OF SCHOOL

PACKHAM'SPAINT BUT WIlILE.X, SCHOOL,GET YOUR
NEEDS FROM! US
SHOP .....
r FAINTING UPHOLSTERING WELDING TO BE HELD ON THE B. H. S. CAMPUS THIS AFTERNOON BEGINNING AT PRIEST'S 5c to $1 STORE

WRECKED CARS OUR SPECIALTY 1:00 O'CLOCK. EVERYBODY WELCOME NO ADMISSIONFRIDAY
'Prices Low Quality High


; COMPLIMENTS: TO IS AFTER CONGRATULATIONS
FIELD DAY
COMPLIMENTS: TO
FIELD DAY FIELD DAYAND FIELD DAYVISIT


.",. I.S FINE EVERY DAY IS THE TO B.H.S. FIELD DAYAND FIELD DAYFROM

AND SO IS THE BARGAIN
DAY AT
ANI MAY WE C&CCAFE MAY IT BE CLEAR AND DRY
WHOLESOME: HOME-: V
IIXVK !MANY ALEXANDER'SCOMPLIMENTS BUT-Whatever the Weather You Can Get the Station
COOKED FOOD
!MORE. Good Home Cooking: You Want Clear and Quickly on One of Our New LIGHT'SSHELL
AT THE : : OF
,
THEY BUILD Home :Made Pie!
A. GRAYSTANDARD PRICES ZENITH RADIOS &-\SVTER ISSTERN'S
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HEALTHTALENTSPORTSMANSHIP THE BEST COFFEE

MAGNOLIACAFE STATIONONE
!' Between Georgia: anti
GAS AND 0113EEASLEY't GARAGE
the Key...
Service
BLOCK SOUTH OF
StationWASHING ONE BLOCK NORTH
SCHOOL ON ROAD 13
STAKKE, FL.HOORAY.\. A.J.GRIFFISI POLISHING OF SCHOOL TIRES BATTERIES



FO I FIELD DAYDON'T FIELD GOOD LUCK DAY COMPLIMENTS TO FIELD DAYIS

BUS PUPILS ATTENTION I BOTHER TO BRING FIELD DAY
AND IT'S GOOD LU K YOU SAW THIS FOR WE'VEA
A COLD LUNCH WilENIIOMECOOKEU YOU CAN GET A HOT STOKE FILL OF BARGAINS FOR YOU THIS
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FIELD DAY TO BE BIG EVENTAll QUALITY PHONE 173 the ninth grade or lower as there is only one high
the schools in Bradford County; meet to- SERVICE school In the country hence there is no one for the
day at the local high school for a competitive tenth eleventh and twelfth grades to compete ,
match for awards in mental and physical tests. It with.
Sill I is believed that approximately 2,000 children will Field Day will begin at nine o'clock-A.with Contests for supremacy In !physical feats will Awards will I be attractive certificates with
be present; and about 160 contests will be conducted. the mental series of tests in mathematics arithmetic begin at one o'clock this afternoon. There will be the exception of a prize of one dollar offered by
Each contest will have a secretary and a spelling etc. These will continue probably the 100 yard dash the fifty yard dash, broad Principal. A. Gray to the countys best all-round
be, teacher among the supervisors so that accurate until noon. Intelligence tests will be adminis jumps, pole vaulting baseball and basketball eighth grade student.
'ICC' check and proper distribution of awards can be tered by Professor Edwards of the P. K. Younge throwing, running jumps and all types of physical Parents and patrons of the school are urged to
made. Laboratory School in Gainesville and a group of competition.Field come. Some classes will sell candy cold drinks
of associates he will bring with him. Day will be entered only by members of etc.for class

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EDITORIAL STAFF Bradford County ELEMENTAKY: ASSEMBLY: Starke Boys Wallop DK. 1I0LCOMIIlJnnES ES DOrilLK-IIEADKIl 1'1.\YEn Lake Butler Triumphs
ADDRESSED BY DK. IIOLCOMB: I IIKill SCHOOL ASSEMBLY! : GIRLS WON; BUYS LOST
II' EDITOR-IN CHIEF Teachers MeetThe I Lake Butler TeamThe 16-15 Over Tornadoes
'r' We opened our chapel programby
VIRGINIA FUGATE The High School was honoredby The boys team was downed Saturday -
all singing "Jesus Loves the of three ministersIn -
presence in a fast Basketball
night
i LITERARY EDITOR Bradford County Teachers This was follwoed by the Me'1 boys basketball team of B. Chapel Friday Rev. Montgomery. A most thrilling game was pre
In session H. S., headed by its highly: regarded game played in Melrose gymnasium -
lIARTILE HEMINGWAY Association met regular Prayer and the Flag Salute. Rev. Price and Dr. Holcomb. with Hawthorne and Starke seated to a very enthusiastic
Friday January 15, at 2 o'clock p. Mr. Gray Introduced the speak center Artford Brown fought who has been conducting services crowd at Starke's court. January
the l'OnteHtants. The girl's
SOCIETY EDITOR Holcomb of who Its way to a 35-23 win over a very game
m.Mrs. er, Dr. Atlanta. at the court house. 15, at 3:30: o'clock.
'; n.ORIED KILLINGSWORTH Wall conducted the assembly a interesting talk on fast and alert*Lake Butler team was the most outstanding. Angry
gave very After one verse of "America"was looks were exchanged during the The Lake Butler girls had on
singing, "Onward ChristianSoldiers" Friday. The game was anything
schools. Dr. Holcomb's scripturewas
EXCHANGE EDITOR Rev. Price the In- lavender suits trimmed in yellow
sung gave first half until the referee was
MARGIE MCMILLAN and "Old Black Joe". "Suffer little children to come but a slow one .and had all onlookers -
vocation.Dr. changed. they were new suits and very attractive
The entertainment was presented unto me and forbid them not, for in an uproar the entire Holcomb spoke on "Choose but of course the black
G SPECIAL REPORTER by :Mrs. Wainwrlgbt's sixth of such Is the kingdom of Heaven." game.. Outstanding performers were
'( you this day whom ye will serve. and red suits and our girls looked
LOIS JUDDExchange Elizabeth Prllllps and Grace Ar-
grade. Sara Barefoot sang "AH Announcements were made by Randolph Quarles was high scorer It: was a message of encouragement best to us.There .
Through The Night. Sara Bare- Mr. Montgomery and Mr. Gray. of the game with 11 points; Mc- and Inspiration to follow the wood; other members cf the team
of action all
was plenty
Lavis Call of Lake Butler and of were Benson, Brown Collins, Mose-
foot and Virginia Anderson sang Ida Lulu Brown better of life
and abstain
way to through the game as the score waspractlC'ally
Howard and Pack-
ley Hlnaon,
t "Polly Wolly Doodle." Reporter. B. II. S. each scored 9 points for from evil.Miss .
the whole Ume.
even
[The following article was clipped second honors. ham.
The business session devoted
was :

ournal I from of the the January Florida issue Education of The entirely to making the final plans Dr. Holcomb Talks Addison and Roberts both play- Demerest HeardIn defeated.The boy's Artford squad was Brown not, Niram easily It At was the a well-fought end of the game.first quarter

for Field Day. Field Day Is a ed excellent defensive games for
Association. It was written by J.HBrnson To High SchoolDr. and Dan flaxen chief Starke's girls were leading with
Talk Last WeekThe Wynn were
Lake Butler.
county-wide school event, in whicha Nyram Wynn, Dan one point. All of these points were
B. H. S. instructor.
performers with Albert Lee Crosby -
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hundred and eighty children will Hazen and Crosby all played a :made by one of our best forwards,
L Commercial Education In a Small Randolph Quarles doing more
Holcomb said:
participate in various contests. good game as expected. John To school was honored by an Elizabeth Phillips
High School January 22 has been set as theda.te "There Is no place in the world I rode also played a good game. We Interesting and educational talk than their share of the work. Local
jlt i la. for all Florida I will have Lillian Moaeley, one of our
high
possible people an
ublesa It is the Church that I opportunityto
for this event. All the schoolchildren surely do appreciate the large Wednesday by Miss Ada Rose
ITschooIs to offer full curriculum the Bradford and guards who hasn't played In the
a would like to go except the school. see boys girls
crowd and
of the county will meetin want all to "follow the Demerent, nation-wide lecturer on
( ';commercial subjects if the perform against Sanderson local last games, did some very good
of program i Starke on the above mentioneddate. You have some of the finest Tornadoes." alcohol an dlts effects. on
used by Leon A. Gray, principal I court next Friday afternoon. guarding Friday afternoon. All of
preachers and teachers that I have .
A good time Is in store for --- I Miss Demerest demonstrated the
[ of the Bradford County High Sanderson previously defeated the players deserve credit for their
ever met. When I come back Friday AMBITION effects of alcohol on meat, resin,
I School at Starke, Is followed. List- I am going to talk about I bread, the white of an and Starke 24-23 In boys' game and splendid playing.The .

fed on this school areetaoineta mf all.LAWTEY What Is Your Purpose'." He said Ambition has been defined as the other materials. We learned egg much girls' 17-16. Everyone Invited.Lee's game came to an end with

Fed.;on the program of this school SCHOOL that we have a fine typing depart habit of mind that strives to excel. about the uses and harmfulness of ---..-,-- Lake Butler 1 point ahead which

far* Shorthand I, Shorthand II, NEWS ment. This habit of mind may be a very alcohol from her lecture. made the score 10 to 15: in their

(Bookkeeping I, Bookkeeping II, good or a very bad thing, depend Birthday favor.
The illustration We
following story was an were privileged to hear Miss
(Typewriting I, Typewriting II The Bradford County Teachers' of his talk. tion.ing upon the object of your ambi- Demereat through the efforts of To Be ObservedThe The Line-Up
(General Business and
Economics
t" Association meeting in Starke, "There was a little boy about 12 the W. C. T. U. She Is a very tal- I Starke: Zell Collins, C; Elizabeth
Law It is
f Salesmanship, Commercial a commendable ambition to
January 15, was well representedby years of age that lived In a little. ented speaker and Is very interested twelfth grade history classes Phillips, F; Ethel Packham. F;
Business to
[ Business Arithmetic aim
English, Improve the condition of!
the Lawtey teachers. community and when I say that In her work. are observing Robert E. Lee's Mildred Brown F; Vernle Phillips,
I Industrial Geography, Sec. your living. It Is a good thing
Mrs. Futon, Mrs. Edwards, and he went upto the city with his I birthday an January 19. Since he C.; Etta Fay Dyal, O.
iretarial Studies and Office Prac- for a poor boy to think that he will NOTICK
la
Miss Johnson in Jacksonville father and mother and he went off I an outstanding history character -
were Lake Butler Vertice Brannen.C
tlce. work hard and will some day havea Today Is field dayl! All the pa the members to : .
are bring to
to and became lost. This
on play reminds
Two full-time commercial teach- Saturday. comfortable home of his own to trons and friends of the school are class books ; Estelle Brannen, F; Louisa

era: are employed, one of whom State Inspector of schools, M. W. me of the story in the paper share with those he loves, a piece Invited to visit Bradford County other some material on, reports his life.or any Crawford, F; Jean Collins, C.;

?,' devotes four or five periods each Carothers, paid us a visit and expressed about the kidnaped boy that was of good ground, and the necessary High School today. Athletic events have also made posters on Lees They Christiana Falrcloth I G; Loma
found today in thicket. When '
day to typewriting. Though the his satisfaction with our a work animals. will begin at nine o'clock. Basketball Crawford, G.Juniors .
Father and Mother had finished all We are sure that this will be
school. The looked
) practice of having one teacher rooms lovely It Is a good ambition to do well games will begin at three. We s>
their visiting they had to do they very Interesting and will
In their spring decorations.The everyone
conduct two classes
yl simultaneously whatever are looking for !
started out back home and they you do. Such ambition you derive some benefit from this. Have Booth
'
) 'Ijla not recommended, a plan has first grade rendered the pro- arouses Interest and throws life .

':|been devised that will make this gram !in general assembly, Wednesday said noticed'where they is had Jesus lost?' Joseph him. They said, and spirit Into whatever you un GOSSIP FKUM: A TO Z On County Field] Day
Willis Smith made New Year'sresolution
a
I ,possible in an emergency. Double Jan. 13. dertake.
: '' It turns work Into play. Basketball Boys Get -
'I expect that he is back with his not to miss school when
7w periods are assigned to typing "Hla Speecb"-Junlor Smith.
kin folks. We must have left him Everyone should have this ambi- Monday, Mrs. Beasley appointeda
unnecessary See If can Red Sateen Suits
',1!classes, the first half being occu- "A Story"-James Phillips. tion whether at work at you keep
in the or play; committee. Pauline Anders
';' up city. They went everywhere It, Willis.The ,
-'Spied with drills and instruction by "His Troubles"-Ray Rosier and whether
looking for Jesus but In his pitching ball or guardingan chairman, Margaret Davidson, Ella
; boy's new suits are red ..-
the teacher and the second Donna
being Cannon.
Loy 13 year old body there was God. opponent; directing a stranger teen. The boys should be able to Last Monday morning, the boys Mae Manning, Junle Mae Quarles,
-/;tiven over to laboratory practice. "A Cheerful Glver"-by eight or helping a friend. of the B. H. S. basketball team
They went to the Temple lookingfor Carol White, Pauline Rosier, Clar
playa good all dressed
tilt,is possible for the instructor to children. game up
him and there they found him. We like to see a girl or boy who like that. were greatly surprised when they ice Gill, Alice Edwards, Reese
|see what is being done in the "Silence Is Kenneth
,: 5 typing Golden"-by If you were to get lost would your Is ambitious to do the best things; received their red sateen suits Bradley and Ancll Futch to have
room during the practice Griffis. I Beatrice Moseley's new friend is
pe- They were all sure then
Mother to the Church who alms I they charge of a General Booth of eats
lookingfor to be
go
',"|rlod If a glass partition is used "Cuckoo Song"-three children. a manly man or a from Ocala. The Starke boys can't I would not get defeated'
you? Jesus was asking the anymore on Field Day also a committee:
J similar to the one in the old "A Story"-Carolyn Prevatt. Doctors questions and they were womanly woman, and a kindly seem to keep all the girls Interest but It seems like their new suits Vernle Phillips, chairman, Edna
(Gainesville High School or that Playlet School"eight friend who alms ed. Don't let the other towns
"Playing ; to
get on In the
fwhlch asking him questions and they gave them bad luck. They have Pearce, Philip Manassa. Lillian
Is installed in beat boys.
being the fine children you
7{new Leon High School building at "Two Sides of a Question"Junior were surprised at the questions I world himself and to help others; only won one game. After receiv Stump, Miriam Guy, Mary Harriet

\ \if1 Tallahassee. Shorthand and Secre- Wells and Allean Starling. that this 13 year old boy was ask I I who alms to be a thoroughly hon Mrs. Perkins: "What Inspiredthe ing their suits they had to let ev Bishop and William Long to have
ing. If you ever expect to amount est and useful citizen pioneers to set forth In their charge of a Ground Sale In which
;,tarlal Studies may be taught 1 In "Star Spangled Banner" Glee] and to make eryone know about It, so later everyone -
:' to anything you will have to havea his covered' wagons?" balloons, candy, peanuts, and all
the latter half of the double better
Club. country a and
period
';; | flna mind as Jesus had. This 1 is happier Grace Green: "Well, maybe was fortunate enough to kinds of novelties are to be sold.
but Bookkeeping can be arrangedjfor Playlet, "New Year Gltts"alxteen place.
.1" alternate periods when it I is children. the finest place to learn things and they didn't want to wait 30 years see them all In a line up on the We will appreciate !It if you will

go to church every Sunday morn- By Ethel Taylor. for a train."
stage Better luck to them!
:t' necessary to hold two classes at Reading "A Little Music"Rog.er patronize us on Field Day.
ing and and attend
night
Leagueand
:';J,the same time In smaller schools. Peele.
Sunday School. If are not
you
I The Commercial Department has This program by the "babies"was
already a member of some church
|the assistance of such teachers in so much enjoyed that they responded
Let f* ('I.anour
you should join one. This is the WE ARE NOW ENTERING
{other branches as have certificates graciously, and told their,
he used
Scripture :
{[covering the various subjects. theacher that they were going to
"And Jesus increased in wisdom
[The General Business course give it over again the next day.
and stature and in favor with God
{teaches those general] non-technical We are sure that it would have and Man." Our Fifth Year

[values of business education that been appreciated by the large au "I am telling you you ought to
dience.
are useful to everyone regardless make friends. You ought to be
n.f his occupation, as well as ad- The P. T. A. met after the program 0
', popular. He was the one that grewIn I 10 II
ditional information that is useful and discussed plans for the
favor with God. OF BUSINESS IN STARKE
close of school.
jf to consumers of business goods
"There
' are people that so love
I |and services. It Is a survey of the the name of Jesus that they would

(commercial field from which It is i iI We wonder why our "Jokes" are lay down there lives for him."

;I (hoped that a well-integrated study never published; why Starke is the Effective Let r. clean Your Since Opening Here In 1933 Our Volume) of Busi

[may be developed with all commercial only school In the county that can

it students participating. Each I raise a laugh. We thought that Now For a Smile February ness Has Increased More Than Five Times Over the

fof the five or six instructors of some original remarks made by our Dot Bishop (bored): "Well, what

(business subjects discusses his playmates were funny enough to shall we do this evening?" lit First Year. We Have Bought More Than

[particular part of the field before publish, but perhaps that is thebest Philip Manaasa: "Let's think $4000

Elbe entire joke of all. (Editor's note: hard-" There Will Be
group as often as twice Worth of New and
leach month. These meetings of all We would like to publish these Dot B.: "No let's do somethingyou Modern Dry Cleaning and Laundry

(commercial students are so large, I I Jokes but space does not permit us can do, too. A Slight Increase

I that it is necessary to use the as- to do BO.) Machinery, and Have Always Strived to GiveIn

|sembly.h ll for their activities. A blushing young woman( Katie

{Merchants, Insurance men, public First Grade FUgate) handed the telegraph operator Price Our Customers the Best Possible Service.

[officials, lawyers, and commercial i We regret to lose Barbara Moore a telegram to be sent which Of Cleaning Men's Us Clean Your

I graduates are on the program to who has moved to Plant City. contained only the single word Our Success Is Due to the Loyalty of the
w (address the group.A Barbara Plummer Is in school 1 "Yea." Desiring to be of real helpto Suits

Commercial Club has been or- again after her illness. We are patrons of his company, the operator Majority of People in Starke and Bradford
ganized with members selectedfrom glad to have her back. said: "You know you can This Is Absolutely I I

those interested In business send nine more words for the same County Who Believe] in Patronizing Home
Necessary In View .
[education. Club activities purSue Sixth Crude! price. -

[ lines that are beneficial to We miss Lorene Starling who "I know I can," replied Katie of our advancing Costs Industry.Let .

[business students. baa gone to the Clay Hill School. "but don't you think It would look .

I The Commercial Department has Only four more weeks before like I am.too anxious if I said it

[made a business census of Bradford exams. Now, all together, let's ten times:

a County and has compiled data finish our work books In fine style .-

Icr Pen the needs of business houses. A. Z. Adkins, Jr.: "How come Let t'. Clean Your Eighty Cents Out of Every Dollar ].

[Graduates of this school are occupying Eighth Grade you write so slowly, fella?"

a positions as bookkeepers, We plan to give the seniors a Willis Smith: "I gotta. My girlcan't SUITS, cleaned and pressed -- 55c
Spent With Us Is Kept in
f Stenographers, salesmen and party. read very fast.

t clerks in Florida and nearby states. We are proud of the P. T. A.

(These graduates have proved that prize this month. We expect to Ovid Lewis: (On Sunday morning COATS, cleaned and pressed __ 30c Starke. This Is Something to

[the program was well adapted to buy a picture for our room. ): "Please give me change fora
We welcome Pansy Prevatt back dime." Think About When Choosing
[their needs and equipped them to
[make good in the business life of after her illness. We have miss Mr. Carpenter (druggist): "Here PANTS, cleaned J and pressed __ 30c

[the state. ed her. It !s." I hope you'll enjoy the ser Your Dry Cleaner and Laundry.

Typewriting is a skill that 1 is Mildred Chewer was visiting i in mon.

'useful to people In all walks of Lake Butler Sunday. -


n I laidered life. Industrial a preferred Geography elective in Is comParIson con-- Ninth Grade eight A successful years of absence business, alighted man, after at There Will Be No Change In The Price of Let I'" Clean Your We Are Proving to the

f with such subjects as Latin On Monday, we will start workIng the station of the old home town. Ladies Clothes or in the Price of Laundry. People of Starke That

II, Greek English History, and on our senior play, "0, Pro,,There was, despite his expectations

"S Trigonometry. The school placesstress fessor", sponsored by Wayne P. no one on the platform whom WE INVITE THE PUBLIC TO INSPECT OUR It Pays to "Let the
: he knew. No
,,1! on character education, each Sewell Co. The coach Miss Be- one.Discouraged "
? Do It. Our
teacher being expected to include.the villa, of Atlanta, is expected soon. he sought out the PLANT AT ANY TIME. IT WILL INTEREST Laundry

i"'I"; 'I\ subject in recitations as the She will remain ten days. After station master, (Arlie Sponholtz) a !' YOU TO WATCH THE PROCESS Our Prices Have Stayed
; opportunity affords. deducting commencement expensesthe friend since boyhood. To him at'

,,"u, We plan to continue this discusSion proceeds will be given by the least he would be welcome, and he THROUGH WHICH YOUR Low m Spite of Rise

t at the group meeting of commercial class of '37 to Lawtey School for was about to extend a hearty : CLOTHES Of Commodities.Let .
GO.
teachers at the next meet- athletics. greeting when the other spoke :

" ring of the Florida Education AaIcociation tint I

but this writer will be My Old Kentucky Home "Hello, Al Kay," be said. "Go ;

glad] to answer any question that Last night as I lay on my pillow ing away?" v. Clean Your

[may arise on the commercial program I dreamed of Kentucky, my home. Starke Cleaners
A pioneer in the Sunday School
I have Dry
In use in Bradford County dreamed for years of the
High School. bill-side. movement was Sarah Trimmer,,
English authoress, born In 1741.
And the farm from which I have

Dr. Erik LJunger, Swedish geo- roamed. "I'll come back, come back, my

; legist, believes that South America dears, And

?' once was buried under an ice cap. If ever you lived In Kentucky. I've had a home in Kentucky. Laundry

trees You would know why I want to m come back the first of the
Native Bay and majestic write there year."

virgin pines abound in the Ra- To tell all the birds of the hill Marjorie Thompson, JCN1CS! M. SMITH: OwnerW'
; yine Gardens at Palatka.
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'Bob bemnreMt Gets LaughsIn W. M. S. MeetingAt 1 r HAMPTONMlon -

Club House Play 1 ChurchThe FAVORITE I Ails ::011........ CnrrrnpondrnlThe
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); ,Societi j Bnb Demoreot. Jr, returned to Woman's Missionary Socie- Rev. A. J, Turner ." (

hit, home town last Friday night ty of the Methodist Church met L I RECIPES preach: at the Baptist Church '1. "
and that the he has afternoon at the church
proved years Monday Sunday morning ant: evening ,">,,,
spent away from here, in stock and held a business and devotional I'' OFBRADFORD Baptist B. Y. P. U. will pi, a.,
-- companies In Federal theatre projects meeting.The I
COUNTY a play at 7 p. m. entitled '1"; ,?
:Miss Padgett Honoree Baptist W. M. U. and various other theatrical business session was presided Heroine of Ava", Everyone I m r:.

At Bridge Party Meets At Church MondayThe ventures, have developed him Into over by the president, Mrs. A I HOUSEWIVES vited.

I a real comedian worthy of bigger Wood, minutes were read by the About forty of the Hampton ,
Miss Connie Padgett of Dunnel-I. Royal Service program stages, bigger audiences and big- I 1 p n
secretary, Mrs. J. W. White, andIn I pie attended the Sunday !,kh..J i
Ion was the honor guest at abridge meeting of the Baptist W. M. U. ger plays the absence of the Society treasurer What Is the pleasure In know- Unit' of the Santa Fe Assocta! >

n party given by Mrs. E. L.at was held with at the a good church attendance.The Monday.afternoon A small but enthusiastic audi- i the report was read by Mrs Ing about a good recipe and not : :.: at Fairbanks last Sunday. l0n'
afternoon
:Matthews Saturday ence applauded Mr. Demorest in E. K. Ferryman. Mrs. L. A. Davis, sharing that knowledge with others : Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown
led thePresident (of
by
home. devotional was
i' three o'clock at her the "The Big Idea In the Woman's chairman of social Christian rela- ? If we know one, we always Gainesville, visited Mrs. Brown
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M.
Mrs. A. Darby
Bowls of narcissus and jonquilsand "Fore- Club auditorium. That he was able tions, read the plans of the General like to tell our neighbors about it, '' mother Mrs. Evalyn Birt, last Sun-

other cut flowers were used In Bible Study topic being. Circle No. to get laughs, and plenty of them, Council for work in this depart. and there Is no better way of letting

decorating the home for this occa gleaners of the Spirit' without benefit of scenery and ment. Miss Olive Ray conductedthe others know about them than I __ dayMrs.. .
Mre. L. G. Powell, leader, bad A. A. McDonald, of Mandarin
sion. 1, without benefit of the inspirationthat Bible study from a new book, by printing them in the Telegraph.For but of
of the the topicof formerly Hampton
Scores were kept on hand paint charge program comes from the feeling of a "The Radiant Heart," by Costen J. this reason we have decidedto looking after her real was
estate
which "The Anglo-Saxon. here
r ed tallies and at the conclusion of was packed: house, Is Indeed a tribute to Harrell, a beautiful treatise on the revive the "Favorite Recipe" + this week.
The leader was assisted by Mrs. _____
four progressions of bridge the B M. Fussell, Mrs. E. C. Priest his talent. life and missionary work of St. corner in the Telegraph and each Miss Geraldine Johnson has re-

bolder of high score Mrs H. B. and Mrs. S. E.! Sparks. Followingthis The play originally scheduled, IPaul. week print one or two that have cently been visiting friend and

McLendon, was presented a prize. the Sunbeam Band "Laff That Off," had to be substituted I been tried out and recommendedby relatives in Jacksonville.

Misa Padgett was given a box of under program the direction of Doris and for at the last minute because John Duren AndersonHas some,good cook in the county. .

monogrammed cards as a gift from an important member of the I Birthday PartyA If you want to help make this department
Fannie Silcox, gave a short pro- Spud Seall, Comedian from Hal GUM BRANCH
i' her hostess cast was called to the bedside of interesting and we
gram which was much enjoyed by weiner and marshmallow roast Roach Studios now appearing with Miss Elizabeth Harnage, Cor.
Mrs. Matthews was assisted in 'a sick relative. "The Big Idea" know you do-just mail, bring or
all. Vrs. Darby conducted the i was given by Mrs. A. W. Anderson "Hollywood Holiday Revue" at -
refreshments and In caring 1 didn't really get going until the telephone in your favorite recipe to
serving
business meeting when several important In honor of her son, John Duren's, Palace Theatre, Jacksonville, Saturday Mr. and Mrs Joe Ingham and
/or her guests by her mother, third act when Bob had the stage the Telegraph office.
matters were discussed.She ninth birthday, in the yard of her and Sunday.BOOTSEY'S. children, J. C. and Cherry of
Just to start the ball ?
almost to himself rolling
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. as the conceited
of the .
gave a short report home Wednesday night. The children Jacksouvllle are spending a few
fellow who had lost here Is one that we found In a recent
\ Present with Mrs Matthews and State meeting held at Ocala last young just a I present ate roasted welners BEACH days with Mr. and Mrs. T. N Noi,\".
$200 a month job and was tryingto magazine and tried out. We
( O. I
Miss Padgett were Mrs. week. The following committeeand I and marshmallows
it back. In this the played games, hope enjoy the "logs" as muchas Mlm Effle Crawford Cor. man.Mr.
get : act you
Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. .
Beasley chairmen were appointed: and were later treated to a picture and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and
E. L. Biggs, Mrs J. W Klncaid, Social Committee, Mrs. F. F. young comedian really let himself, show at the Ritz. we did: II children of the State Farm were

Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. C. A. Flume, Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Mrs.P. go and with this sense of perfect Those Chocolate Log Mrs. R. N. Crawford and son, visiting Mr. and :lira.::: Felix Sapp
timing drew laughs with lines that present were Harold Johnson I 3-4 butter I Robert attended church at
Sunday
Knight, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. M. Barefoot, Mrs. W. JU Wall, cup or margarine Saturday afternoon.
would have meant little with a less Otbma Haynes. Jr., Jerome 1 2-3 brown Union and were dinner guests of
: Joe Wallace, Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. cups sugar Miss Bertlce Norman
E. Sr. Mrs. C. A. who Is ,
Mrs. W. Hayes, Johns, Ralph Alvarez, Bobby and le-
experienced reading.Bob 2 Mr. and Mrs. Everett Green of
H. B. McLendon, and Miss Madge eggs siding at Palatka
the
Knight. I spent week-
McRae
Judy John
Bobby
Middleton. White Cross Chairman, Mrs W. was ably supported by a Anderson, and Virginia Biggs Anderson, 3 squares ((3 ounces) chocolate, Wateroak section. end here with her parents, Mr. and

H. Perkins. small cast Including his wife. The who assisted with melted Mrs. L M. Murrhee spent a few Mrs Irvin Norman.

KINGSLEV LAKE BAPTISTCHURCH Training School Chairman, Mrs. Inevitable heart interest was sup .arrangements. 3 cups cake flour, sifted days last week with her daughterand Mr. and Mrs. R. L. demons

r Chas. Powell. plied by Miss Frencbie Mahler and 1 teaspon soda son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. were the guests of Mrs. Jack Grlf-

There will be services at 11 Mission Study Chairman, Mrs Charles Brewer in their respectiveroles PINE LEVEL 1 teaspoon baking powder Gaskins of Wateroak section. fis Sunday.

o'clock a. m. at the Kingsley Lake R. A. Thomas. of virtuous wife and drunken Mrs. II. M. Mcltae, CorrespondentElder 1-2 teaspon salt Miss Effie Crawford entertained John Prevatt of Ocala spent the

,.. Baptist Church Sunday, January Personal Service Chairmen; husband. 11-2 cups coffee, double strength many of her friends with a pound week-end with Mr. and Msr J. N
W. E. Hall of Green Cove 1 teaspoon vanilla party, Saturday night. Norman.
24. Everyone is welcome. Preach Circle No. I, Mrs. W. J. Epperson;
ing will be by Rev. Iven Bohannan. Circle No. 2, Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Mrs. Wiggins and Mrs. Griner Springs filled his regular appointment Cream butter or margarine well; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and

Come and bring your friends.J. Young Matron's Circle, to be an- Entertain At State Farm at Pine Level Church last add sugar gradually and continue baby, and Miss Evelyn Smith of ENERGY ana
week-end and dinner
L. Silcox, Clerk. nounced later. Mrs. Leo Wiggins and Mrs. M. was a guestof creaming until light Beat In eggs, Jacksonville attended Miss Effie
Mr. and Mrs R. M.
Circle No. 2 will have charge of E. Griner were hostesses at a delightful -. Sunday. Alvarez one at a time. Add chocolate and Crawford's pound party here Sat- RESISTANCE I

-- the program and church flowers bridge party Tuesday aft- beat thouoghly. Sift flour, soda, urday night. FROM YOUR FOOD
STRAWBERRYCUPS for February. I Leslie Fountain made a business baking> powder, and salt, and add
ernoon at two clock, given In the R. N. Crawford and E. E. Craw- WITHOUT
GAS
& CRATESWholesale Mra. J. H. Lord, Sec'y. home of the latter, at the State rip to Jacksonville Saturday. to first mixture alternately with ford made a business trip to Wat- OR BLOATRED

Farm. Misses Lettie and Lucile Bowersof coffee. Add vanilla. Bake In well ertown last Thursday.
Vandiviere CROSS LIV-O-MED-The only:
Price on the 86 pint Pitner Given Pink and white carnations and Boatdialn section spent Sunday greased finger-roll tins (to make Misses Juanita and leva Hilliard roertlolne" containing- "7 Herb of il
variety of Strawberry Cup" and Party on His BirthdayMrs. with Misses Vesta and Odessa Mc- the logs) in a moderately slow of Woodlawn Health.. Quickly claaneea boweli I'
pink and white roses were effectively were visiting Miss Ton. bladd.r. Invigorate. lacy: "
Crates are tut follow: S. P. Vandiviere entertained arranged about the living Rae.Mr. oven ((325 degrees F.) 20 to 25 Effie Crawford, Sunday afternoon.WOODLAWN colon action. Bafcly 1 atlmulatee, ;!8
Cups In BOO Cardboard Pack* and minutes. This will make 18 to 24 purifying-"ar bile, relieving Constipation ,
Mrs.
M.
f f at the home of her mother Mrs. room where the guests played contract C. Phillips of Sour Stomach Indigestion, ,(
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mgtn/ <@> ---_ ____ ____$5.00 G.V.. Alderman, on Walnut St. bridge. Sampson were visiting Mr. and mall cakes. Or this may be baked Blllouanaaa. Excess Aeld'rv sndother "
Crate complete with dl- 'Irs. Cone in a sheet and cut into( strips sickening ymptom": ached
at 4 o'clock with a delight George Sunday afternoon -
Monday dl.orderswhich
videra18c each may quick pvplot
< After the scores were totaled, it Sirs. A. J. Cor.
4x1x1 Inches to make Yarbrough,
logs Into more dantterou dl.es.r. Grt ::1
All Ira 5% dealer dlwount party In honor of her son,
was found that Mrs. J. G. Godwin at the cause that .IIp. your newerGet "',
I! and u 2% cash dl ount. Stewart Pitner, who celebrated his Miss Eula Mae Dyal of Sampson Mrs. E. L, Matthews. Bed Cr... LlT-O-Mrd todar. p
won high prize, a novelty dish. Mrs. H. Norman of DeLand is
, fifth birthday. Mrs. R. C. Drew was presented a City spent Tuesday night with spending a few days with her
J. L. HARRELL
Interesting games and contests Miss Vesta McRae NEW POTATO CUTTER
linen handkerchief for making low grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
were enjoyed on the lawn and score and Mrs. H. M. Richard wona Friends of Clarence Thorntonwill ST. AUGUSTINE-Now being Kersey. WANTEDBlackgum :

prizes were won by Merry Beth picture as a cut prize. be interested to learn of his demonstrated In Hastings, centerof
Misses Juanita and Geneva Hll-
H Knight and Madge Brownlee. marriage January 9 to Miss Allie the rich potato section in St.
The hostesses served Bard
FLU a tempting of Jacksonville the
At five o'clock the young guests I Wilkerson at Macclenny. Johns County, is a potato cutter, spent 't
salad course to the following week-end with their Mr.
,
were invited into the sun porch the Invention of G. W. Waller, parents
WARNING for refreshments. A color schemeof guests: Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Mrs. Mrs. E. R. Bow !" of Boatdrain Hastings resident. The new ma- and Mrs. C. I. Milliard.
B. C. Prince Mrs. L. F. section was a dinner guest of Mrs.
Chase -
white and yellow was chine, In addition to cutting the Mr. and Mrs. F. Gaakins of Jacksonville Veneer Blocks
Bad, wide. and flu. are atrlktntrtirhl : iiian, Mrs. R C. Drew, Mrs. H. M. R. M. Alvarez, Sunday! '
1 out in the for the were visiting relatives in
and left. That la why eo decorating porch cost of labor, makes possible the I'
many are taking Had Oroee CUT : party. The little folks were seated Richard, Mrs. Joe Wallace of Mr. and Mrs. M;J. McRae and use of, the entire potato for seed. this section Sunday.
Tonlo. Every advice will show you Starke, Mrs. W. MONTBROOKCRATE
E. Murphree, Mrs.S. daughter, Lillie, were visitors at
It doss 'b... 8 NECESSARY: (hinge round|is table which was centered Pieces are uniformly cut and all I Mrs A. J. Yarbrough and son,
E. Ritch, :Mrs. J. G Godwin and H. M. McRae's
that on. remedyalone i Sunday afternoonat
with cake in
a birthday have "eyes" for the planter. Clyde, have returned home after
Rid Oroea cannot GAP do. ; white, adorned with yellow lighted Mrs. J. E. Lander. Crosby Lake. spending a few days in Jacksonville CO.

Tonlo 1. le aaalkall candles. S- Miss Leola Norman of Woodlawn NEW TAG HEAD
with Mrs. Yarbrough'a mother
... I
O > 1 1I.lp. ;
Book Club Has FLA.
kelp bowola op.n. Novelty hats and bubble blow- section spent Monday< night with I TALLAHASSEE G o v e rnor Mrs. S. C. Miller. BALDWIN
,..... '
3. Allay Interesting Meeting Miss Vesta I ",
to each fe McRae.
era were given guest as
.. S..... h.ad. Cone has appointed Thomas W.
echfe and pain yore The Book Club, a department of Elder R. L Batten and family at Long of Tavares as state motor vehicle FOR I
quickly t H e STRONG BV1I>D-
,. Mrs. Vandiviere, assisted by 'heresaa attended church here commissioner effective Im COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICESEE
INO TONIC ACTION. Helpe rebuild ; the Woman's Club of Starke, hada ,
reeletanca red. blood Don't cella play\ for with.'a..nllih cold. Miss Betty Marshburn, served Ic a very interesting meeting recent- Sunday and were dinner guests at mediately. Long succeeds B. F. I'

Strike back at colds and flu with cream and cake to the following: lyat the home of Dr. and Mrs. H Mr. and Mrs. F Fenders. "Bud" Mizell of Gainesville, appointed -

., the CAP WAY Tunic ACTION 29o at druiiletaFot of R.d' ,Croee Merry Beth and Charles Knight, B. McLendon.Mrs. Remember Sunday..school every two years ago by Governor JOHNS & \WAINWRIGHT
Steve and Mary Weldon. Helen and I Dave Sholtz who Cone. : '
G. H. Lowry, chairman of Sunday afternoon and prayermeeting preceded
nphvteeht..d Ikrrow.r dc* Gloria Price, Madge Brownlee,
the I pn Sunday: night at the The salary is $300 monthly. 1 OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE '
fenJc utf in combtnttlion with j Red CTOM department, introduced Mrs. L. ": PHONE 13 I
Rub /for Chcil Cold. 2tc, end Red CroJ Peggy Ann Wiggins, Paul Canova, church __
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1 F. Chapman of the State Farm as .-- - -._ -
Cough Syrup b 0. iniunlly ijlccllvf./ 3rd, Johns - -"
Josephine, and Leva Ca
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review of "The Last Puritan" by Dorothy Sapp, Correspondent

BORES FUNERAL HOMEFull Santayana. Before giving the re SYRUP i 37cVERY GREEN'SSTORE FRESH MULLETFISH

I ling of Caskets & Undertaker Supplle view, Mrs. Chapman gave the life Mrs. M. F. Wiggins spent the .

I ..\ AMBULANCE J SERVICE J history of the author which made week-end in Lake City, Alachua,

'. "} DAY ANU NIGHT the story even more entertaining. and Olustee. 71

; 53 PHONE 53 Mrs Edward Burns, in a most t Rudolph Andrews was visiting c :

';:1 J" O. II. BENNETT, Mgr. pleasing manner, gave the story o fin Gainesville Friday BEST (

f "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Day""Madame by Thad Toussalnt'a St. Martin.Wedding Mrs Mrs. J. O. Moreland and chile RICE 5lbs. 23c CASH & CARRY LB. I.
dren of Jacksonville
.. were visiting ,
I Burns kept her listeners highly entertained STARKE FLA.
t i Mrs. Moreland'a parents, Mr. and ,
.: f. by the humorous episodes Mrs. G. W. Andrews last week- f
I of Madame Toussaint. Our Policy Is to Sell the Best
Quality of Groceries and Meats at r

, JJI : The next meeting of the Book end.Mr.. and Mrs. Andrew Green announce All Times At The Lowest Possible '
Prices.I' :
Club will be held Feb. 2, at the .
the birth of a baby girl
I: home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson .
Jan. 16.Reddish
at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. CARTON JEWEL
1 j 1. Young of Lake City will Talmadge give a reviewof Andrews was a business ROUND STEAK 16. 20c

I I Margaret Mitchell's "Gone visitor in Jacksonville Saturday. LARD SOc
"
With the Wind." This review is Mr. and Mrs. M F Wiggins were FRESH PORK

; t! being anticipated with great pleas visiting in Starke Saturday.
, '( <: ure by the members of the club. Dorothy Sapp visited in Lake PRINCE ALBERT, can __ lOc SAUSAGE, Lb. ________ 25c I

.1, -- Butler Wednesday night. PET OR CARNATION BEST WIIITE

BROOKER and Mr.children and Mrs.of Macclenny Calhoun Barry MILK tall 7c BACON Lba

; j S'i"PO\ Y M1.. Vera OtUney- Correspondent guests of Mr and Mrs. J. J. Thomas were can 19c r.xo r..

\ Mr. ; : & last weekend.Mrs. .
-- and Mrs S. Gainey and 2f, JAN TABLE CHUCK ROAST OR
children of Plant City spent Sun Elva Lee' Abernathy of

,11 day here as guest of Mr. Galney' Tampa visited her uncle and aunt, PEACHES __ 15c STEAK, Lb. __ __ 12Y2c

brothers, L. R. and H. P. Gainey. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp Sunday.

0:: t Mr and Mrs. Clarence Jones and Mr Norman Wiggins of Jack- SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c BOLOGNA

l' tai 1 f New shadowSone lintsh baby and Mrs. Ellis of Jacksonville sonville was visiting. here Sunday.HIGHLAND SAUSAGE Lb. 12Vc is

spent Sunday here with
d,>I, Se PKG.
friends and relatives.Mr. .

\ MONOGRAMMED and Mrs. Lonnie Parker Mls SI. E. Crews, Correspondent SALT Pkg. -. _____ NECK BONES, 3 Lb. __ 25c j,;,
spent Sunday in Callahan with -
\s I friends and relatives. Mrs. Effle Carter was a visitor :\IEUIT.\ OR BELL RIB

i ; I Distinctive white paper, faintly Stationery Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stuart of to Jacksonville Saturday

edt marked 24 folded with note a shadowy sheets check.3?.HX I Gainesville have recently moved Miss Eloise Wilkinson spent BREAD Loaves 25c BEEF STEW Lb. 10c

t" 4%", with double border in h re.V wish them a success In Thursday In Lawtey with friends.
r their new home. Mr. and Mrs. ISo BOX !SIDE OR !
f silver and (pray. 24 5 0 C L. J. Norman of SHOULDER
' tomatchmffx5= : l<16"Withfrray Mr. and Mrs R. B. Raulersonand Minima visited friends and relatives ASPIRIN Box ,3c
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bordered flap. Mono- children !spent Sunday In Lake here Saturlay and Sunday. PORK Lb 1Sc
fr rammed wlth7otrr: three-in-* Butler' F. QUART JAR .
f aVill o u sSymphony as guests of Mrs Rauler M._ Crews was a visitor to
itials
w while you wait. And, remember son's sister Mrs R. W. Brannen Starke Saturday. '

8L first choice this of In discriminating Symphony: Mrs Brannen and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Marr and MUSTARD i.t bllc iPORK' CHOPS&1cI : : ; : !pI

L correspondents everywhere qualityMONOGRAMMED Pauline accompanied them home children of Mlmraa visited relatives

i I'be and spent part of this week here. here Sunday. I ii QUART JAR PURE t

a Mr and Mrs. O J. Strayhornand John D. Griffis of i.I
PEANUT
w Evergreenwas I BUTTER i.
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children of WlldwooJ spent in this section Sunday. GAiCRBoule 5c

'c' part of last week here as guests of Buster Butler returned to his
PLAYING
CARDS Mrs. Strayhorn's parents, Mr. and home at Maxvllle last week after

Cof 4 Double Deck 89ci111TCHELL'S Mrs E M. Hazen. spending some time here with Mr. I PUoR" DEDCAILOYFFEE Lb 121/ ATSUpTO

Mr. and Mrs Elden Baxter and and Mrs Maxie Carter ._ __ ___ 10cxo.
daughter. Gloria, of Tampa, were Miss Olie Marr of Starke visited !

DRUG STORE visiting Mr. Baxter's mother Mrs I her brother, J. T. Marr here Y CAN8-ST.o\.n.'UD PACK KELLOGG' COJN-BOWL FREE- .. ,


a..o.lL I-. John If anyone Baxter, Sunday has any new from Sunday.)fro and Mrs Claude Rowe of a: TOMATOES can 6'ltc' I FLAKES 3 for 23c

this for '
STA1i.K EFFWRID.1 community the Telegraph I Lawtey were visitors here Sunday .
please send it tc
'. the correspondent I afternoon., I

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JAY, JANUARY 28, 1037 COUNTY: TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PACK HVKBits
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I :Mm Emma Can -va is i m Clcr- Mistch Tliom.iv pont several I I Mi* K I I. Wt hie and ilaughtet. Mr: and Mrs Nvl:<.on !Maker: ,'1'lMr l :Mr and Mis .1 T. Hancok of
mont visiting h. r s..n-tn-law and lays In mala' last -M > where she Betty t Jean, i'lUIT1l'tl to their homein : and Mm R K. Diummnnd. nil 1'i'teiaburg. Va and Mr and Mrs
t daughter, Mr and Mrs!!, George B attended the Baptint! State Conven Tampa after pending a week I lOt Kiillcrton Camilla were recent John Hancok and son Tack, of
of Flynn. tion. with her brother and sister-in-law. guests of Mr. and Mm. John Ug- Fensacola. returned to their 'respective
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Box of Starke. low. homes Monday following
Mr.. J. M. Mitchell !is able to be Mr, George B. Flynn and chil- ----- a visit here with Mr nn out after being confined to her bed dren of Oleronont were week-end Miss Mina Manama left Wednesday The Rev. C. B. Price and the W. Redgrave.Mrs. .
Local Ne for several months with injuries guests of \Ir., Flynn's mother, for a ten day's visit In Chica Rev. L. O. Sheffield of the State
received in automobile accident. :Mrs. Florence Emma Canova.E. She Farm
an go. was accompanied by her spent several days In Ocala L.A. Azlln of Pe'.eriburg. Va
-- sister and brother-in-law Mr, and lust week attending the Baptist!! Is the guest this week of Mr and
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot B. Morgan, a Jacksonville Mrs. D. B. White of Jo ernllndlna.I State Convention. Mrs. Trice Mrs. Mrs. A. W. Redgrave. Mrs Azlin
1 PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN (1 spent Sunday afternoon In San. pharmacist! Is working In Mitch Sheffield, and Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mrs. Redgrave are ,leaving
derson with Mr. Barefoot's mother ell's Dug Store during Mr. Car- I Mrs. T. J. Mclntyre was called attended the convention on Thurs- Saturday for Tampa where they
Mrs. S. A. Barefoot.Mr. penter's absence to MiJdleburg Saturday because of day. will be the guests of Mrs Red-
.1 the death of her! uncle, John H. grnve'a daughter and son-in-law,
u and Mrs. N. Sternberg spent Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoover and Boy leg. lie wa sa resident of Clay Mr. and Mrs. K. It!. Harrington Mr. and Mra. J A. Martinez.
of I
'___Er1_ Searing of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.. Glenn Searing friends Sunday in Daytona Beach as Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Darby attended County for the past thirty years.J. who have been residing on WalnutSt.
week-end here. Jacksonville *r visiting
4ispent the guests of their son, Dr. S. Stern- the Diocesan Council In have moved Into the home with
here Wednesday.
Jacksonville Thursday. Mrs. Harrington's Mr. and
berg. F. Klckllter has spent the patents
r. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright,
Mrs. Nat Williams. Mr. Harrington -
past week In Stuart where he
in Jacksonville. Miss Pat Lamb had aa her guest was
spent Sunday Russell Daniel of Leesburg will Mr. and Mrs F. H. Box and Mr. called because of the critical Illness has recently accepted a posi- REALESTATE
Sunday Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakeleyof arrive Friday to spend the week- and Mrs. E. J. Wehle spent Sun- and death of his sister Mrs I I tion out at the State Farm .
[George White of Tallahassee was Lake City. end with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- day afternoon with their brother, Agatha Thomas.
a sinew visitor here Tuesday. thews. John Box, in MiJdleburg. Mrs. A. M. Darby I U visiting her
Mrs. A. F. Sauls were
Mr. and IF YOU WANT TO
Friends of Powell Carpenter will daughter and son-in-law, Mr and
frs. J. P. Roberta spent the visiting In Gainesville. and Melrose Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks, Miss Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter. be pleased to learn that he Is Improving Mrs DeWItt C. Jones, in Gainesville BUY SELL OR RENT j
[week-end In Gainesville with her Sunday afternoon.Mr. Kitty Hogsed, and L'Etta Corpen- MarJorie, Wildwood were recent after undergoing a sinus this week. !Mr. and Mrs. SEE US-
[ husband who ia In business there. Ing spent Sunday afternoon in guests of Mr, and Mrs. W. M. operation. Mr. Carpenter la In I Jones and Mrs. Darby attended the
and Mrs. L. A. Brown of Jacksonville.Mr. Struth. I Riverside Hospital at present but ZlmballBt Concert sponsored by WILSONREALTY
[las Mary Lee Wynn spent the Brooker were business visitors here expects to return to his home the the Civic Music Association of
Fwetk-eud In Lawtey as the guest of Friday. and Mrs. Luther Rhodes, Misses Lorelle and Dorothy Ralr I latter part of this week. Gainesville, Thursday night. CO.
Mr and Mrs R. P. Carradine.jr. -- : who have resided here for the past of Jacksonville were week-end'
.- Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bishop and six months, have moved to Lake guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ca Mrs. G. H. Lowry and Mrs. L. A. Mrs W. E. Middletnn Is spending ,,- J. Jti
| and Mrs. W. E. Bryant and family spent Sunday In Daytona City. nova. ., Canova attended the Florida Chainof several days In Jacksonvillethis
[Miss Dorothy Noegel spent Sun- Beach. I Missions In Lake City Monday.Mrs. week with her slater, Mrs
;EUay,afternoon In Gainesville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Prldhard and Mrs Walter L. Cooper and Mrs. Canova was the accompanist Mae Jones. While there Mrs. Mid-
Milton Brownlee spent Monday daughter, Betty, of Rochester, N. Arthur Branan of Sanford will arrive for Miss Tsko Saito, Japanese coloratura -: dleton lit attending the sessions of
[ E. S. Matthews Mrs H. B. here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Friday to spend several!! days soprano the Florida Chain of Missionary
|McLendon and daughter Jeanette, J. M. Brownlee. Booker. with Mr. and Mrs H. C. Rltch. Afiscmbllrs.
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mr .
Mrs. Joe Edwards, Joe, Jr., El-
Marcus F. Brown spent Wednesday Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daugh- Miss :Maxine Noegel spent the bert and Elaine Edwards, Madge Mrs. Raleigh Dowling, Mrs. Mae
| and Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones and Thursday in Tampa on ters, Juanita and Sara, spent Sat- ween-end In Gainesville with her Whlckman, Lillian and Beatrice Jones, Mrs. Doutt Jonea, Mrs W.
Gainesville were guests of Mr. business. urday in Brooker with Mr. and sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Moaeley, June Smith, Merrill Q. Dowling, Mra. E. L. Middleton
Fomdt Mrs. A. M. Darby Sunday Mrs. R. T. Osteen. Mrs. E. H. Davis. Struth, Allen Long, and Frank In- and Mra. J. J. William, all of
Mrs. W. H. of Lawtey la Studio Uprightsand
Biggs
man spent Sunday In St. Augua- Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
I {The Woodmen Circle will meet the house guest of Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall have Mr. and Mrs J. J. Canova and tine. and Mrs E. L. Matthews Thursday Grand PianosALSO
.Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at Biggs. returned to their home after son, John, of Gainesville were .
,the ball. -- spending several days in Tallahassee guests of Mrs. E E. Canova and
. I Mrs T. M. Rickard of Washington and Jacksonville.Mrs. Miss Mary Canova Sunday. Mrs S. S. Dowling, Mrs W. S. NOTICE' OF TEACHERS' GUARANTEED USED
Mrs J. K. Norwood of D. C., Is the house guest of Stroman and H. H. Stroman had PIANOSA
|vIDe was the guest of Dr. Jackson-I Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns. S. T. Dell of Gainesville was Mrs. Leo Wiggins and Mrs. P. D. as guests the first of the week: EXAMINATIONS Price! for Pocketbook
. JSMJB! Herlong Wednesday. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fancher of the State Farm were I Mr. and Mrs James Godbold and Persons desiring to take teachers every
'.' 1,' Mrs. I. T. Rape of Gainesville Brownlee Wednesday and Thurs visiting friends here:! Wednesday son, James, Jr., Mrs M. B. God- examination will report at the LILLIAN'S
''I Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and fam- was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. day. afternoon. bold Mrs. Hampton and little court house In Starke Fla., on Feb. MUSIC STORE
,v,lly.of Gainesville spent Sunday at T, Hall last Saturday. daughter Pat all of Jacksonville; 4" -6.
"tth cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. H. A. Durden and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kerce and J. H. Martin and son, J. R. Jr.. of A. J. GRIFFIS, Supt., Opp. Florida Theatre
1 iJm.! .. ... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anders and Brooksville were week-end children spent Sunday In Raifordas Lakeland. l-22-2t-29 GAINESVILLEnniEn
.X';Mr.,and Mrs. Bob Wells of Pa- baby daughter have moved to Pal- guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dur the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
latka were guests of Mr. and Mrs. metto'where Mr. Anders has work. den. W. Tompkins.Mrs. -- .- -- -- .-- -
N.'Sternberg: Thursday. .-
%:; --- Mrs. R. L. Kemp has invited the Miss Connie Padgett, a memberof T. J. Griffin spent the FIIMTSPIirNES IIOME-MAI>KSYRUP
..Mfs. Marie Freemen of Tallahassee W. C. T. U. meeting for Friday afternoon the high school faculty In Dun- week-end in Jacksonville with her TIP TOP GROCERY
.-KOS the week-end guest of Mr. An interesting hour is nellon, was the week-end guests of son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and S LBS. 18o1'F.ACIIEI
and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. promised all who attend.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza.

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Urs. Earl Searing, Mrs Cecil H. B. McLendon and Dr. W. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. Miss Lauretta Cox returned to': Qt Bot. 15cAPPLES
Re&le, Mrs. Warren Perkins, Miss E. Murphree of the State Farm at- T. Long were honor guests at a her home In Pittsburgh, Pa., Sat- : FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
Lucite Kennedy, and Mrs. W. H. I bridge luncheon given by Mrs. urday after spending the past two I I Ln. 13APKIC'OTS" PancakeFlour
, Perkins spent Saturday in Jack- j Jack-sonville Walter Crabtree in JacksonvUle months with her uncle and aunt, I EVERYONE IS INVITED
sonville. I I and night. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury.
1 LB. 20. lOc
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Here It IH "Folks". STERNBEHG'S ONIONS

W APPLES BOLOGNA 2 Lbs. 25c

JANUARY SALE.wry. Ill' TOP NPECIAL-'OIINT': RYLb.
"i s. lOc 5 Lbs. 25c

STARTING SATURDAY, JAN. 23rd. ; SAUSAGE 25eI

n SWEET FREMII!
100 FALLDRESSES CLEAN SWEEPLADIES' I FAT TF.NItF.lt-1U1l

'1i" COATS ALL THE $12.30 LADIES ; POTATOES CABBAGE STEW BEEF Lb. lOc

SIZE 14 TO 44 COATS & SUITS
j: $4.98 I 5 Lb 2c I.mm HORN

, ; $2.98"Ln.:0": PRICE $9.88 LETTUCE CHEESE Lb. Z5cl

REGULAR $4.95 '..", $.... VALUE "F.HU '. '
llltir(i \ 1'F.NItF.lt

ONE LOT LADIES' SATURDAY 01lLVIO"D8. ONE LOT OF HOWS THIS ONE : TOMATO STEAK Fb[ smlAJ25c

SHOES LL SHEETING MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S BOOTS I 2 Heads t5c 2 Lbs. t5c TIt, TillS TENDER: Itl.\ .


Black .$.ot69.- 88c 69c $2.98 i i Celery, ea. lOc Beans, Lb. lOc CHUCK STEAK Lb. 1 pileR.tLLARD'M


Now !Selling; 12He Yd. A DOLLAR VALUE one '''.00 BOOT
IIALI..OOS-SF.I.F: RISING 'OI.liS TillS IS ,A I.OW PRICES
FULL FASHIONEDSILK OUT THEY GO MEN'S: OPENING HAY ONLY SINGLE COTTON I LB. 13 1.oJ! 21 I.US.

HOSE OVERCOATS RAYONBEDSPREADS BLANKETS59c Flour
20c 39c 75cFANCY


$3.98 88c 79c


31.00 IRREGULARS THEY WERE $10.00 LIMIT: 2 TO CUSTOMER: NOT MANY LEFT
. ANY IIKANO YOU WANT
LADIES' WORKOXFORDS ONE RACK $1.98 SALE PRICE ON A SPECIAL LOT OF RICE 5 Lbs. 22c
MANHATTAN I MILK Tall 7c
can
WASH FROCKS MEN'S HATS

SHIRTS, I! I PURE LARD 2 Lbs. 25c SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c

.: $1.00 Pr. $1.49 97c $1.29

>f r, //t SAT. k MON. ONLY OTHERS AT 97c ALL COLORS OTHERS ".6. I MEAL 'W G. 10 Lbs. 25c Bakers Cocoa, Lb. Can 15c

CLEARANCE OF ONE LOT MEN'S LAST CHANCE REGULAR 2geCJflLDRE.

+ 'SSWEATERS SWEATERS88c Best Side Bacon, Lb. 19c Cup & Saucer 3 Min. Oats 25c
DRESS PRINTS
r FEATHERTICKI
I Fat Boiling Bacon Lb. t2Yzc
SMO. SHOULDERS lb. 19c

59c lOc Yd. 23c Yd. fil.f'ETOR !STRIKE ANYUHEKK I

SOME AT 49c ODDS" ENDS NEW PRICE ISO: YD.
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' MATCHES lOc Pk for 5c SALT 3 Boxes lOc
BOYS DENIM A HOT SPECIAL DONT MISS TillS :MEN'S RIBBED ,
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y DUNGAREES79c Bedroom SHOES SHEETSSSc UNDERWEAR49c PURE COFFEE Lb. lOc l PRINCE ALBERT can l lOc I II II

29c I


SIZES 8 TO IS MADE OF FELT SE\MLESS lx90 SHIRTS OR DRAWERS I Corn, Peas Or Spinach 3 cans 25c

MEN'S LEATHERETTELUMBERJACKS::: CHILDREN'S. SATURD ONLY CLEAN UP OP" ,fir
.

> ,v,: .. -t SHOES; Window SHADES LADIES' HATS KEEBLER CRACKERS IIELMANN'S OR BEST FOOIIS! NUCOA ,

Q'Q 60o THEY'RE NEW-TRY THEM: MAYONNAISEAssorted i
t $1.98 39c SSc
SALE OOCREO. GRADE i Kinds, Box 17c "4 Pt. 15c; Pt. 29c Lb. 21e j jI

,: A '2.9) VALVE Jl.OO GRADE GREEN ONLY VALUES TO $1.93 I I I I Ii

'" f BIG VALVE BOYS With Everything Going Up In Price It Will More Than FULL CUT-BOYS BALLARD'S FLOUR

OVERALLS57c Pay You to Take Advantage of These Values.DON'T WORK SHIRTS i BANANAS I II

' MISS THIS SALE ATSTERNBERG'S I 5 Lbs. 31c lOLbs 59c
'4t ; .

39c SAVE TIIE COUPONS 4 Lbs. 15c.dRADFOnu 1 i

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PAGE_ L"t"_ ___ __ .." ,_ __ __ BRADFORD COCNTV TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORID V h' ,_ .-.. -_- ._ ___ _. FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, lilt

4H !1 l- that late enemies in the fourteenman In, my offlie and ha* made application No'riceOF': AFPI,ICAIIOV NOTICE OF A PPIIe'1'",,-
A -- --- .. r I for a tax deed. to be Issued FOR TAX DEED FCln TAX: Hf-KI)
,5. : Hints To Housewives primary are not forgiven.Nor thereon Said certificate. embracesthe Senate. Bill N. 1113. NOTICE!< 18 ,

are sections that were strong following! described property In NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN That HEItERY Clv-j I
I :the County front Home Demonstration anti-Cone. Dade County conspic- Florida to-wit: aten No 520 Issued the. 7th., day of Certificate No 77. l I..u..d tli ", .>
I Weekly uously has no appointments to Lots One Two Three: Twelveof I July A. D. 1930, No. S2R. Issued the7th. of August A D. ISS'i!'. nun rn, d' .
FARMERS SECTION Spettialinta. TaUahttwee Block n, Klsinfra} Addition to day of July A D 1930 and 1-3 Is mv office and it,,- mail ,i 11"" "
date.Present Htarke' In N.>rthwe.t Quarter of of Certificate( No. 529 Issued the 7th tlon for a tax deed I., |I".' ,',,"
state revenues are ap- Northweet Quarter South of 9th.Street day of July A. D. 1930 has filed thereon Said certlfl.Hti ,., .,"'*.
I ; Section 28 Townehlpltnulh t the following described "
In office and has made ,
;
I same my application prop
Conducted by Demonstration Agents :\1.\R\U: L.\DES plans to cheapen simplify State Range 22 East. for tax deed. to be la..u..dh..on. the County of Bradford" vt 1.?.''. '
Of all and jellies citrus government reward his friends, The aMseHHment of the. said property Said certificate! em Florida, towltNorthWent :
jams under the said certificate. le- the following described Quarter of 1<",,", i I ,
: L I marmalades are perhaps the favorite punish his enemies by ignoring Hued wan In the name of Mrs Cella. te l In the County of J'"o.tStat. :, Quarter ,

and certainly the one best faulted them. I' Carter.Unless. .. of Florida towltCeitlflcate : South langec20 :Eustr.a, ,
i Bald certificate shall be 40 acrea more or I .
.
hot Whether he Is able to make good No. 52* embraces, Lot.Sev..n. The .
for breakfast serving: with I redeemed according: to law. the assessment of the emit\.\ ,
of Block B:
Eight Hlsing'eAddltlon j
CONTINUED EFFORTS! breads, hot buttered toast, waffles, on his Intentions to cut present property described therein will becold to Starke In Northwest. erty under the said certlflMi.' 'L',,"I''j'
to the highest bidder at thecourthouse was in the name of W
p li\ ,i
L RURAL NECESSARY TO CURB muffins, or biscuit. expenses sufficiently to spend four I door on the first Monday Quarter Ninth of Street Northwest Section Quarter 28 Township Southof Unless. said certificate shall i I.." ',
SCREW WORM DAMAGE: to six millions additional for social In the month of February, 1937, deemed according to law the '
This is a good season to make up I which Is the let day of February, 6 South, Range 22 Feet.Certificate .erty described. therein will I h..prp SVH d '
COMMON SENSE marmalade stock. Select fine, security annually without Increas- 1937. No. 529. .embraces LotsTen to the highest bidder at the ?
GAINESVILLEContinued efforts your ing taxes; particularly In the face Hated. thin 1st.. day of January Eleven Twelve, Thirteen I ; house door on the first Mondai<< !Jr',,,
fresh, thin-skinned fruit. IAn Fourteen'of Block C. Risings 1 Addition the month of February, 1930 ,
L By SPUDS JOHNSON and vigilance by the Florida Marmalade. Stock of certain loss of slot and one-halt (OFFICIAL, SEAL) to Starka, In Northwest Quarter Is the let day of February. ijhr w'hlOh,
A. J THOMAS, of Northwest Quarter South of this 22nd fa.rerr
cent sales tax and day of
per gross
farmer wll be necessary for con pro- J9reted her.
Marmalade stock may be pre Clerk. of Circuit Court of Ninth Street Section 28 Township 6
CONSERVING OF PEOPLE tlnued effective control of the bable drop In Inheritance tax; remains Bradford County, Florida. South, Range 22 East. (OFFICIAL, SEAL,)

WELL AS SOILS IS screw worm and for reducing Its pared for later finishing by boll- to be seen. I 1-t-6t--l-30 1-3 of Certificate No. 529, embraces A.ieic J THOMAS
AS ing thinly-sliced or ground sweet All Block D, Rising Addition of Circuit Court
GREAT NEED OF TODAY damage to livestock to a minimum, lime- Schools will ask for more and IVOTICR OP APPLICATIONFOR to Starke :In Northwest Quarter of Bradford, County Fl"rJda,
and sour oranges, grapefruit, I U.256tI.UNOTI"II
W. G. Bruce, director of the fed more certain dollars. Cities will Tex DEED of Northwest Quarter South of
quats, lemons, or calamondina or ask for base return < east.. nni *i.. 18.1. Ninth Street, Section 28 Township 6
widening tax
,
While conservation of the soil, eral-state program against this mixture of of the fruits NOTICE IS HEHEBMIVEN, That South, Range 22 East. OF APPLICATION'
a any to cities of funds now going to the Ruth Lawrence The Assessment of the said prop- FOR TAX DEEDNOTICE
much baa been said pest In the Southeast, says. holder of Tax Certificate ,
about which( so with water and then canning or SUO te. No. 519, Issued the 2nd day erty under the said Certificates No. tHEREBY OIVSx I
in recent years Is a vital prob- Mr. Bruce, who Is connected with sealing, boiling hot, the product. It of July A. D. 1934 has filed samein 526, 628 and 1-3 of 529 Issued. was, In C. J. Powell holder of Tax! That
Persent state the name of John A. Curtis c
revenues are respectively. -
United States conservation the U. S. Bureau of Entomologyand approximately my office and has made application cat. No. 312. Issued. "It'll.'
the the
lem for will be rich In pectin and acid if of for a tax deed. to be. Issued 6th daAurru"'l \' of'
I forty-five million A. D
i of Its people Is even more Plant Quarantine, points to prepared before the fruit becomes : back thereon.. Said certificate. embracesthe Unless said certificates shall be c.. and 1929 has, made ha. .filed -ani- In
and more fundamental. great gains that have been made which twenty million goes to following described property In redeemed. according to law the for a tax deed to be Issued aDDllian' "n
Important The mixture will be amber thl
over-ripe. the counties. A four million cut the County of Bradford State of property described' therein will be Said certificate embraces t*cn'
Expression to that thought was by Florida farmers against the in color, slightly cloudy, and Florida, to-wlt: sold to the :highest'' bidder. at thecourthouse log described. property In the t.,Ihuh ..
in revenues, a boost of eight millions t the ,m.,
by Clifford V. Greg- screw worm since 1934, but stresses North-east Quarter of North..aetQuart..r door on the first Monday ty of Bradford, State of Fraud ,,.
given recently possess the characteristic flavor of in expenditures would mean a & 2 Acres In Northeast. In the month of February, 1937, wit: i l 1. t
ory, editor of Prairie Farmer, who the fct that there must be no the cooked fruit. Corner of Southeast Quarter. of which la the 1st., day of February. Lots Four Six Nine, EIe\i ,
asa fifty per cent cut In the present Northeast. Quarter, Section 14 11137. hieing. : n |
returned from Europe let-up in the campaign. In 1934 Block B, Addltloi,.
recently When concentrated by boiling i twenty-five millions going for Township 8 South. Range 21 Dated. this 1st., day of January, Htarke In Northwest in
member of the federal governments there were 450,000 cases In the East, Containing Acre,, Monor 1937. Northwest. Quart of
with the proper proportion of sugar strictly State As ten of Quarter South .if
of purposes less (OFFICIAL SEAL)
for the study 43- Ninth Street. .
commission state; In 1935 there were only I Section 28 Tow-
it should clear firm I The assessment. of the said A. J. THOMAS
yield a these go to state roads the answer property ship S South. Range 22 Kant
foreign cooperatives. 171 cases. The campaign being under the said certificate. ls.u- Clerk of Circuit Court of The assessment. of
the ,
of color and flavor.
jelly pleasing is Indistinct. Bald pr carried by State Agricultural distinctly I..d was In the name of L. G. \V t- Bradford County, Florida. .arty tinder the said certificate
Mr. Gregory adds encourage- on It Is that the mixture of "' 1-1-6t--I-3I( i n.n.':
necessary Cone promises "hands of! the mer.Unless ed wan In the name of Mrs TVLevKon. ,-
to the movement for home Extension Service and the Bureau i said certificate shall be redeemed .ss
ment thinly-sliced peel and the juice be legislature and bluntly tells the .. according to law, the property SHERIFF'S! SALE!) Unless said certificate
In June
farmers of Entomology was begun shall I .
tenant hire.
ownership among cooked until tenderwithout described therein, will be sold
only legislature to keep its fingers out NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That deemed according to law the
and states that there are many 1935. suguA Place in glass jars while of his business. to the highest bidder. at the courthouse I, A O Andreu, as Sheriff of Brad .arty described. therein. will be prop.old(I
fol- door on the first Monday In ford County Florida under. and by to the highest. bidder at the
lessons! for us In the policies Frequent and careful inspectionof boiling hot Seal immediately. So what; Come April ? the month of February, 1937, which virtue of that certain Writ of ExeJcutlon house door on the first Monday HUM In
lowed by the nations of Western all livestock by farmers and Sterilize quarts 10 minutes at la the let day of FebrUarYj 1937. I I Issued out of the office: of, and the month of February, 113?. which
Dated this lat anuary, under the hand and seal of the Is the let day of Februaiv. ,
1937
of their na-
\ conservation of all NOTICE! Of
In treatment Injuries APPLICATION
Europe prompt boiling. Store stock In cool place. FOR TAX 1937. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad- Dated this 1st, day .f tamer
tural resources. Their neat, well have been leading factors in the When wanted for marmalade making Senate. Dill DEED No. IMNOTICE (OFFICIAL SEAL) ford County Florida, and bearing. 1937.OFFICIAL.
A. J THOMAS, date the 4th day of September. A. D. ( SEAL,)
a tilled, productive farms are not success of the campaign thus far. add required amount of sugar C. IS HEREBY. GIVEN. That Clerk of Circuit Court of 1936 on that certain deficiency. decree A, J THOMAS,

primarily the result of technical Mr. Bruce and the men workingwith and cook to jelly stage. J. No.Powell holder of the Tax 3rd Certificate day of 1-1.51..130NOTICE Bradford County, Florida made and entered. by the. Hon.A. Clerk of Circuit Point (,f
.
1.62b.j.I" Z. Adklns Judge of the Circuit Bradford
t3"1 as County Floods
excellence In farming Rather, him are urging farmers to Amber MarmaladeSlice August haft filed same Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit I-t-6t..1-30

technical skill, good farming, keep watchful eyes on their stock, In my for office tax and deed has. made application !! OK APPLICATIONFOR of Florida. In and for Bradford
? a to be leeuedthereon.
the love of the farmers oil all very thin one grapefruit, Said certificate .embracesthe TAX DEED County, In Chancery. In that certain NOTICE: OF APPIICtTION'
f grows out of apply pine tar to injuries, one orange, and one lemon, reJect- (Senate Bill N.. lea) foreclosure of mortgage where.In FOR TAX DEED
for the land, and that In turn, and to give prompt treatment with the followingdescribed of property In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That The Federal: and Bank of Columbia 411.... Bill No. IX.1I)
ing seed and cores. Measure sliced County Bradford. State of C. J. Powell holder of 1!4 of Tax Certificate a corporation In plaintiff andMoy..r.
of NOTICE IS HEREBY
turn out of their pride benzol and pine tar oil to all cases I Florida to-wit: GIVEN, That
grows No. 814, Issued the 6th day of Hough Et. Al. d..f..nd.ant"
fruit into a bowl. For each Lots On., Two of Block C. Ris are C. J. Powell, holder of Tax Certlff.
The land Is theirs of infestation. August A. D. 129. has filed. same which said deficiency decree Is
ownership. ing's Addition to Stark., In cate No. 1, Issued the 3rd, day ot
home of I measure of fruit add three measures In my office and has made application of record In Chancery Order Book August, l. D. 1931. has filed
+ It to be the Northwest Quarter of North went : earn
They expect They are also advising the farmers of cold water. Let stand over Quarter. South of Ninth Street, for a tax deed. to be Issued page 105 of the public records i In my office and has made appllca
their children and their grandchildren. thereon. Said certificate embraces. Bradford County Florida, I have levied lion for tax deed
to use pine tar oil Imme- Section 28 Township 6 South, a to be lx<.ued
night. Next turn mixture .
morning .
the loving care Range 22 East the following described property In upon the following described thereonSaid. certificate. embru*'
So It gets diately after surgical operations on of fruit and water Into a kettle The assessment of the Bald proper. the County of Bradford, State of lands of the said defendant Moyers. the following described. property MI
that people bestow on their most their animals to prevent Infestation ty under the eald certificate Florida ':-lr: Hough, lying and being In Bradford the County of Bradford, State ot
bring slowly to boil then boil Issued lo .
wan In the name of J. C. All K, I, Rising's Addition County Florida, and will on Monday, Florida, to-wlt!
cherished possessions. and also cause the wounds to exactly 12 minutes after It reaches Unless eald certificate. shall Poppell.be redeemed to Starke In Northwest the. 1st. day of February A. D. 1937 Lots Five. Ten of Block B. Ri,"- i;
1 cites the following heal Quarter of Northwest Quarter during the legal. hour. of sale thereon Ing's Addition to Starke ,in
Mr., Gregory quickly. Pine tar oil shouldbe according to law the

boiling point. Again let stand property
over South of Ninth Street Section 21 sell the said land. at public outcry Northwest Quarter of Northwest
striking example of the effect of used in this way during the night. Next morning, measure to the described highest. bidder therein at will the be courthouse sold Township 6 South, Range 22 at the. South door of the CourtHouse Quarter South of Ninth Street
of land by the folks who winter well other door the : East of Bradford County, In Starke Section. 28 Township 6 South,
ownership as as during sea on flret Monday In
1 again heat add one of .
cup sugar The assessment of the said prop- Florida to the highest and best bidder Range 22 East.:
the month of
February, 1937 which
live it. At one time Danish sons of the erty under the said certificate Issued for cash t" wit .
on year. for each cupful of fruit mixture Is the February 1837. : The assesunent of the. said property -
stricken and eJ"h1y I/ January; was In the name of Geo. H. One acre It. NE corner of NE'4of under the said certificate Issued
farmers were poverty day of
"Splendid progress has been and boil steaTJily and rapidly until 1937. Weller.Unless. NEVof Section 22, and theWla was In the name of D. C. Jones
were poorly educated. The land made against the screw worm, but It jells. Pour into sterilized (OFFICIAL, SEAL) said certificate shall be redeemed of NE< of Section I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
not well farmed and was low A. J. THOMAS: according 1 to lawthe property 14, all In Township 7 South, according to law. the property -
was farmers must continue their effortsas glasses and seal. Clerk of Circuit Court of described therein I will be sold Range 20 East; also a one-sixth described therein will be sold tj
in production. strong as ever if they wish to Bradford County, Florida. to the highest bidder at the courthouse undivided Interest. In E4 of the highest. bidder at the courthouse '
Should a more bitter marmaladebe door on the first Monday In 8W'4 and NWVi of SWU and door on the first Monday In '
Today Denmark Is famous allover reduce the damage to livestock toa preferred to the above listed Ingredients t.t-lit..1-30 the month of February 1937. whichIs SW'4 of NWV4 In Section 13 and the month of February 1937, which 'I
the world for the productivityof minimum," Mr. Bruce asserts. the 1st, day of February. 1937. E'!6 of NEH of 8E>4 In Section! Is the Int. day of 1937
add one wild orange NOTICE Oil' APPLICATIONFOR Dated. this 1st., day of January, 14, and NEW of Section 2. all In Dated thla 1st, F..bruarYJ anuar)",
its farms and for the high qua- (Seville), sliced thin. Save the TAX DEED 1937. Township 7- South, Range 20 1937 ,
of its farm products. Danish (Senate Bill No. 163 (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) East. (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) ,
: lity SUNNY BROOK FARM seed of all the fruit used, add to I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That A. J THOMAS, A. O. ANDREU, A J THOMAS,
farmers are Intelligent and well them two cupfuls of the water C. J. Powell holder of Tax Certificate Clerk of Circuit Court of Sheriff Clerk of Circuit Court of ,
allowed .
!Airs. O. E. Crosby Correspondent No. 360. Issued the 3rd ofAugust
educated. Danish soil Is supportIng day Bradford County. Florida. Bradford County Florida.l14t1.80 Bradford County, Florida.
and let stand while going A. D. 1831. has. filed same l.t-lit..t. l.t.lit..l.aO
more than twice as many families Mrs A.H. Johns and son, L. M. ahead with the sliced fruit. When .

as It did 100 years ago. And Gaines and N. T. Ritch of Starke ready to boll the last time, strain j
.
practically every one of these families were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd out> the seed and add the jelly-like

owns the land on which it Crosby Sunday afternoon. mixture to the fruit, then measure, r-

lives. Tenant farming Is all but Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and heat. add sugar and proceed as directed rr1rJ
unknown In Denmark.
little son, Sherman, were guestsof above. FLORIIWIelira DA YS

Quoting a government official in Mrs. Crosby's parents, Mr. and .

Switzerland who said that his Mrs. J. L. Johns of New River Sat-
country could import food cheaper urday. Cone Commences

than It could produce it, Mr. Gregory I Cutting Costs
Freeman Crosby and Mac: Carmichael -
continues: "But, added this
of Heilbronn were visiting in I
official, "It would be fatal not to
our section Sunday afternoon. By WARREN P. FULLER
help and protect our farmers ABEl FORD D./J.fS
There is nothing that will under- Fred Hatslop of Jacksonville Fred P. Cone, rugged plain spoken -

write the stability of a nation likea spent the week-end with his par- > oldster from Lake City; has replaced -

class of prosperous, landowning ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halalop. dapper smooth speaking )f

farmers.:' Floyd Crosby was a business vis- Brooklynite (Via Daytona: ) Sholtzas

itor In Brooker several days last governor of Florida for the
And Mr. Gregory concludes:
week. next four
"That is the real foundation of soil years.

conservation. It is the real foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. R Kelly and New Brooming, Cone has started

of the conservation of a baby have returned to( their home vigorously and bluntly carrying

sturdy rural population. It is the here after spending a week in out his campaign promises, a chore

real basis of conservation of dem- Lake Butler where Mr. Kelly was his predecessor blandly overlooked. ,

ocracy Itself." employed. Demanding and getting resignations -

Mlsa Doris Dyal was visiting from Ml department heads

appolntable by the Chief Executive
ek.ck. Miss Patsy Edmondson In Starke
V Cone has replaced the principal

,+ 6 6 6 Saturday afternoon. ones> with people he knows and
CFEVER r
Forrest W C., and Billy Crosbyof trusts-mostly. from Lake City and

Brooker spent Friday night with Tampa.

LltU'ln TADIF.T9 flr.. nay their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs.O. First move was sharp cuts In ; 3 1
,,, SALVE hOSE 11..01....... 80
DROPS Min.... E. Crosby here. generously paid race track em
Try ..n..TI.-W.rld.. Best ployees. Popular, this will swell r
LI.I.... Misses Nita Kelly and Lucille ,
I the cut to the sixty-seven counties a x .o 1 I

add no dollars to( state till. Second t il) t}
,,,.aatg"s
t t was to fire a handful of "rightof : rti

way" inspectors in the road de-
;o
partment. These jobs were purely -

Il.yl Announcement-- political, had no responsibility, m dam (((6defsrr x""

little work, attached. Af r
e
"
tlfj Refusing to be stampeded, Cone r/ rte
makes few generality statements; r- 4i "3 T +arr R r..

contents himself with silently acting ; % 4 4r'I

on specific matters; taking r

, iI i We have the most modern Cold Storage little afterwards. "\

3 Bitterness of feeling by the incoming

and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- administration against the -

outgoing, showed Itself clearly in
1 4
.* with the events leading up to and during (: hl '
: a modern smoke house in connection. the inauguration which: on request : __ ,: "

4, of Cone was simple. Study of

appointment. to date Indicates So many places to go, so many things comlort of the cenlerpoise ride-the

NO INCREASE IN PRICES Thomas attended the Pleasant Valley to do, so much to He In Florida. And luxury of rich interior

*
Church at Long Bridge Sunday on Florida highways and byway you And now you have a choice of two

night will 1937 Ford V-Ss in everinV.8
see engine!You can have any model
Mrs. H. M. McRae Pine Level
o
crraeing! number*-for nolriptfrmu with the famous "85" V-8 further
1' si I4 We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats was visiting her daughter and son- ,

? in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby long or expensive In this modern car. Improved to give finer performance i ttac $ a'' (

1,1 WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE here SaturdayMr. ? ,The Ford V-8 place all of Florida's and greater economy. Or, at the low- ,),,, I.;

and :Mrs. Floyd Crosby are Ford d
receiving congratulations: on the varied attractions at your fingertips set price in year, you can t ;ate + i {e, Land

P 1 arrival of a son born Jan. 10. He bring added: pleasure to these choose from several model*equipped

| pf has been named Floyd Russel.SAXTON golden, cundrenched day*. with the new thrifty "60" V4J which

ICE & i I. setting record for outstanding :

\ The streamlined beauty of the new gasoline mileage. Whichever <

Mr.. W. A. Trier re..........at Ford merely the you
anticipates
i thrilling choose you get the same big, roomy, visit F.rd Florida Cxp..ltUii

COLD STORAGE CO. The Rev. W. F. HuUon spent performance of its V-8 engine. Your comfortable car. all-steeibodye At Miami.

5.J Sunday In Odas where he filled his Florida Ford dealer
regular appointment.O. I invite you to safety glass all round at no extra 1._ .. --.r..._ _
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t take of the 1937 <>
C J. L. GEOUGE, :MGR! T. Nelson attended church at one new Ford \-8out charge. new easy action safety '-.. .ht.li... (..._ Meef

of I the court house In Starke Friday on the road and gel the feel of brakes T11E QUALITY CAR DJ :."; Ik.NEW ea..wa..tt: itiz."r't":

Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. night.O.. .L. Brown of Doublerun section V-8 perforaMMtce-the naoothquJet .THE" LOW-PRICE FIELD.


Gainesville was visiting: here Sunday.Mrs. .
Florida
Lizzie Tyler and childrenof
FORD
V'8 ron
Starke were visiting in this section 937

Friday afternoon. I
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JANUARY 92, 1BST BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH StARKE.98J IN1 BfDA

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IKK CHURCH DIRECTORY' .1"l1lng for him for two years now sountu. a bit on the half-wit slue SUe slid into the watoi ana Bill I1LMPER CROPS

and you caught him What was your analysis 'plashed in beside. her
ORLANDO Wmt: and ;r.. :3i
RST BAPTIST CHURCH LIBLLLDb 'Oh (It was mxi.uig crud Bill W..Ut flist l said, on the i'hewiiri- arm, .in arm a* they
i"I i Flon) Ilk Itrua
pn in a anassuming
,., Rev. C. M. Price Pastor smX : I ii", .,r: just t ,mothi-i fortune hun! 1 '.:"-it ,1 1 oho \flllll.l, Stl'i's ll thi, '
I ; 'liumpci I proportions U: 3j
unday School. 10 o'clock a. m : 't 1. .""' you s ,y' rut 1 I'm I ii', 'uiHing'\: titu million d.,ll.n onthi .o,,1)I);; frhistoppt1: '' ,I t.> 1.H.k 1. "t 1 tinIhioll '
? i ii l'Il"I'lnllll-' 'to v :
;,' 3. Thomas, Supt. : : u: atar.Iii ,
o' inn I of >i u ,0.nine, spoiling Moot'Vluit 1 '
Ham. |I 'j th>' itut wan iif Aj.J..at ural
tornlng Worship 7-13 "'''. LA i":s sill : with a nt Nlne.tenlhsl "\ conl'clt1.1: : Hill giavo- Aien't you a-humi'il t to leave n Stutl lies Crops E timit-, -< I Hv,-
r. P. U. m.
: p. ,I f the iiui is in leoling him in." I moon like that" she said. mock- slim
has been ideal for the
7:30 mS I' I ly."I pt.jp-
enlug, Teachers Worship:Meeting, : p.Wednes7:13 I ,iL\ U1LL "Oh 1 m sorry"' Connie laughed know it's silly, but then you ingly. aratlon of land for spring clops, ,)

-.:., t/6..METRO'GOIOJVYN'MAYERlf breathlessly at Bill. old ma off for being fragile! But "Let's don't! Let's go to meet It: throughout the stato :ivnl' motj-
m.
; : p. I still said there was somethingelse It's streaking! across the and
1 [id-week Prayer service, W-.o- "Now." said :Mr. Allenbury un- sky lure generally was rop.nt t t.' i sufficient -
8 m.Methoaiat. SYNOPSIS-Gill Chandler, engaged hook him. I want to see how-" up your sleeve oil well, an soon will drop and we'll be thereto ,
ay p. bj Warren llagfrrrty, man invention, and, will you believe it, catch it!"
Bill a sickly smile, then --.---
aging editor of the New York Star, gave I even said you didn't fish!" She "You lunatic!" There was some-
< Church void!, l I can't
magnanimously: "No.
Rural fires
In recent
0 to quash a .1,000,000 libel suit grinned at her own stupidity. thing tender In her voice. .VMIH I have
n
,'. 4v. B. M. :Montgomery, Pastor. j) take all the You
glory brought me taken
annual
an average toll 'of 1$,-
brought/ against the paper by Con- "And you lost Bill was very "It seta in Manhattan, smashes
" ( Sunday School-10 a. m. here. You shall have the honor of 500 lives and property loss total-
Allenbury, tries to frame Con thoughtful."Live down like a golden egg on the side-
Morning Worship-11 a. m. off "
taking him the hook!
I ,. BEpworth League-6:43: : p. m. nie Into J& situation similar to the, and learn, says I, Connie, walks of New York. We'll catch it ling 100000000.

,1'1:' yon Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. one printed bj the paper while returning i At dinner in the lodge that night, my angel, next time don't bet on there. Get on your coat!" -

i'i'"I :You are Invited to all these secv- from london on the same Walleye, with a tiny American men!" She patted a pillow, saw "Oh, drive In tonight you mean "

ship. She out-snuarte him but he I flag stuck In him occupied the cen- his morose and solemn expression, I'd love It! Its a grand Idea, nil"1'

,. has won her father's friendship by; ter of the table, on a large platter "What are you thinking?" "Get your coat and! your father -

Preabteriun Church pretending to be a great fisherman -: Mr. Allenbury raised a brandy "How I come across fortune ."

ev. George H. Lowry, Pastor I and won an Invitation to the, glass in a toast hunter, card sharp jewel thief ." "My father?" she asked aston I of will

Sunday Services: Allenbury lodge In the Adirondack : "To Walleye, king of trout! "Oh, you fool!!" she exclaimed indignantly l ished. I II

Ida 10.00: a. m. Sabbath School. !*. lie has married Ilaggerty'a Bill started at once to wade Into BUI raised, his glass "How have "Would I have said that "It doubles the luck, they say, ('..r.t ......Id-.

- 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship, fiancee! so she can file an alienation the stream as though he couldn't the mighty fallen!" if,, Oh dear and I thought I whenever you lake along father1'' | W eralea.........r...d.I..

4:30: p. m. Young people's Ves- suit against Connie, and then I wait. Allenbury and Connie re- Connie smiled. "It was an awful could talk to you! Father over-es- lie put his hands to his mouth to j p.,.. RIO DI.

,.. per Service. get a divorce and marry Haggerty. mained on, the bank while he was temptation to cook him." timated the I. Q. I'd say a quarterwit yodel. She stopped him. I i ID.: D..

r: Sermonette by Pastor Chandler knows nothing of fishing collecting his rods and reels."I "Cook ? !" !" He remained silent and she "It's more than your life Is .
Walleye Sacrilege exclaimed -
Midweek Service: instruct continued scornfully: "Can't worth!"
sends you
so Haggerty an I
wonder how he's
just good her father. "He shall
hang
, 7:30: p. m. Mission Study. tor to the hotel. By using a certain see I'm apologizing for the way..." "Is that all?" r's
going to be, whispered Connie. In the trophy room in the place of I
8:30: p. m. Prayer Service golf stroke Chandler make I. honor" I Bill reached down and patted her "Well more lha" ".y reputation! a
"Why hes the best Informed man
n.o o a lucky cast, arousing the Instructor' hand. We'll drive to town' but we'll drive
Rosewood Baptist Church admiration. Gladys.. piqued on angling I've ever met "I still say It's an awful waste "Don't apologize for suspecting alone. I'll ]envy* A not. I I

[neve L. G. Hemingway Pastor at Chandler for bin Indifference "He certainly talks like a fish of food," said Connie ktddingly. people," said Bill quietly lIe lean- "No!" t\0 exploded authoritatively I

(Services every Sunday. Bible to her, hi* bride; erman, but look all those new "And speaking of food," said Bill ed down, tilted her face with his I

I Study 10:13: a. m. Services at 3:30: -- togs, new rods, new-" She broke blissfully, pointing to his empty hand "Keep right on; ring every She was exasperated. "Are you

[o'clock in afternoon. ",_, Chapter SevenBEGINNER'S off in amazement as Chandler cast plate "I'm glad you decided not coin you, meet. There are lots of' trying to teach me discretion"

.. [ his line with that underhand to hang the flapjacks in the" "" trophyroom wooden nicXIea. Now we're going." I "This Is the trot\ iw8pn." -
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH stroke "I take It back," she 8&ld."He's !" hand! pulled he. I Ito -.-
and
LICK He took hgr
N Rev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor ; ... j "Very well, then I don't go. I re-
Services every drat Sunday. -- good. : "Would you tike to meet tht }her feet"Going I|I fusq to wake him from that dream-, -
As Mr. Allenbury and Bill Chart' "Good ? he's flapjack cook?" asked. Allertbury. "
on, I Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. Why magnificent ? she exploded. "You're less sleep."

'. Bible Study and Prayer Services dler stepped Into the living room said her father, and waded out Into "I don't bellevd I'm worthy," crazy! I want to- talk. You're the They entered the lodge. While DRINK

,n every Saturday night of the Allenbury lodge, a huge the stream a few yards below Bill. jested Bill."There first person In years You're in Connie was mixing night-caps, Dill

'h room with fireplace, double sofas He tried the underhand cast, but it she sits." He nodded for It, my lad the story of my turned on the radio till It shrieked.

' St. Mark's Episcopal Church antlers on the wall with a wide was a bad Imitation of Bill's mas- fondly "at Connie. life the kitten who died whenI Angril, Mr. Allenbury poked his 0J1L

i :Horning and Sermon onftae stairway leading to the balcony ter-stroke, and he grunted In dis "No! cried Bill! really amazed was six and my Great Aunt Math head out of the door "Who turnedon
prayer and the various bedrooms the doorof "The gentleman doubts me!" UJe "
iy second and fourth Sundays at I all those twisted newspaper that blunted racket?
AT
111 a. m. Holy Communion Saints th etrophy room opened. Framed gust.Bill was In a spot! Now was the said Connie to her father. "Comeon tales you read about my "Mr. Allenbury I've got a great

Spays at 10 a. m. Litany and choir in it, stood Connie Allenbury In time for him to make good. And Mr. Chandler. I'm afraid I'll romances and why they weren't 1 Idea. The moon's glorious! We're LUNCH RECESS

- (practice every Friday night at 7:30p' : a fetching tailored negligee. "Hello he found that he had forgotten have to prove it to you.' Some more romances. going to drive you and Connie

'm.r Dad! Surprised?" some of the Instructions: and he'dgot flapjacks Father? I "Give me your coat; we're going!' anti me. AFTER SCHOOL

Bill'a eyes gleamed as she kissed to produce a fish! Looking desperately "Do you want to kill your old I There aren't going to be any more "The man's either drunk or
" dad?" .. I
her father his mind feverishly at about, he saw a bend In lie waved them away. "You twisted Stories! At her amazed moonsiituck' 'cried Mr Allenburyas STAKKE COCACOr.AitOTTLINC

work laying out a plan to compromise the stream fifty yards up. Mysteriously go ahead. I'm going to snatch look he continued: "What do you Connie entered with a cocktail

" f"' BOB JONES her and against all the principles about ten minutes of" reading, and think a paper could do with this uhuker !Sleep It "iff Connie you co.II' .

" f'" K "I certainly didn't expect to see of trout fishing, he started eight hours of tleep "And wouldn't they lust' You KI to ueil The .idea .,t wuklng peo I

,; ,i [Comments On Here you here," said her father. backing up stream, trailing his Bill got to hls'feet and followed I me, here alone on the raft pie up! lit disappeared gl'um'bHnjf ,

r : ';. And Hereafter "I thought I'd just dash up and line after him as hough he werh'l \: Connie Into the-kitchen _-, I The hour of eleven was imoum )MiserableWHEN. ii'

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.:1 I Chapter Right
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I |:Mr. Drummond said In sub- t
A SUIM: RY MOONLIGHT I
stance, "A Christian Is always a "
It been
perfect
,. t reponded kidn.y.lunation'
badly .ml
d '.ij [gentleman." Mr. Drummond was Connie emulating a magician 1 BiU. "Th differ 8 rwgglng baclc.c.. ;.

I"' [right. The most refining Influence r-- : held up her hands, rolled up imaginary very best I" with dlsiinvn, burning .cnly, or too
;: }that can come Into the human ( sleeves. "Nothing in fr.au" nt urination' and getting up *l
, '1\\ [heart Is the grace of God. To bet my night when you Iasi' tir d. ntrvoutJllupnt.
genuinely courteous a man must hands. Nothing up my sleeves, UK Dan Pill,*.
h Iba unselfish. Christianity produces They laughed at me when I ant Do.,,'. .r. eiptcially for pooify
, down at the griddle" working kldnayt.' Millioni, of bone*
unselfishness. Selfish men
" ,,. "It'a amazing you and a grid. a .re used vary yaar. Thay ara com-
fare sinful men. Christianity pro dle-cake. I never would have paired mandad the country ore,. Ask yow
duces warmth. A warm heart us- 9t nalghboH

'| does naturally the generous you. A
"Ah, there are sides to I
A many my
,hospitable and courteous thing. 4.
I nature depths little dream
. ; ; The writer knows a number of you
of. ,
kyery outstanding, technical, profes- "
|lng Christians who are exceedingly "I begin to believe you are 1t ath -- -
(
pious In their language and Q l right"You should them Still ?
study some Coughing
theological terms, but who are cold time." I

and critical In their attitude toward .. No matter how
g n r "What would you suggest'She many medicines
people. They are not ap- Walleyel" cried : you have tried for your cough, chess
proachable There is something Mr Allenbury, a spasm hesitated a moment, then cold or bronchial irritation, you can
said abruptly "How would relief
: get now with
you Creomulslon.
with such of
hi Christ
wrong people 157
his
enrvcrossing face. r ;
[ like to go for a moonlight swim Serious trouble may be brewing and
was approachable. Anybody could ,
later' You do swim?" you cannot afford to take a chanca
get to Him. Little babies clung to with anything less than Creomul
i fife garments. Sinners of the un- see that the place was in order" trolling At Allenbury' of "Almost as well as I dance I slon which goes right to the seod
cry "I m afraid you'll drown'! It's of the trouble tYt aId nature tn.
derworld recognized Him as tneir She turned to Bill polite but aloof. I amazement. Bill put his fingers on soothe and heal the lnamea-i em-
friend and bathed His feet with Hello, Mr Chandler' his lips indicating quiet and con awfully cold. Do you mind? ed over the boathouse radio "Come "There goes romance." said Connie branes aa the germ-laden phlegm
"Me! mind ? Why, I'm knownto on, give me robe' is
their your loosened and
M tears. We cannot be like His reply was brief but cordial. tinued upstream. expelled.
Christ by the of our own my Intimates as TolarBearChandler. "And you re Cinderella's brother Hut twelve clock would Even if other remedies haM
power Mr. Allenbury asked Connie to o soon be
"What's that all about ? said ," '" be discouraged :-
resolution or by an effort of our show Chandler to his room whilehe Connie softly to her father. she jeered. "What happens upon them, and Dill had no Idea falledlsdon't to Iluaranles
will but cannot with "I always cope; down for a on the stroke of twelve?" of Creomulslon and
we fellowship gave Instructions to the care- letting Haggerty and Gladys to refund your
Christ without to some extent at taker. She led him to the bal- "It's new to me, but whatever It plunge. I've even staid all night: i "You 11 never know," Ulll mob reach the lodge. He must head money If you are not satisfied with

least becoming like! Him. His heart cony and to the west up corner bedroom Is I'm betting It's good! He's prob- said Connie. tered grimly. "For the last time them off Get results Creomulslon from the very first bottl.
to show "Here ? Alone?" right now {Adv.)
ably going us something
was warm and tender. Beware of woman, will you give me that A car came to an ata
abrupt
"" stop
"I'm --- -
not afraid.
Dance
Christians new In angling music coat do I ."
who know none of His or detour
Mr. Allenbury appeared to see if Once around the bend, out of drifted across the water to them."What's sign blocking the road In
tenderness everything was all right and to An he started towards her. she the Allenbury grounds.
their sight Bill took the book of that exclaimed Bill How toEASE
suggest retiring, as the caretakerwas instructions on angling from his startled. She Indicated the button backed away, turne dtQ, run, swing "It's a hold up!" said Gladys

Jesus taught that some day peo- to arouse them at five In the pocket was thumbing the pages she had pushed. ing around an awning pole pre- stripping off her bracelets and

ple will come to Him and say in morning. They began to talk fishIng when his foot slipped on a rock "Remote control.. Radio In the cariously over the edge of the ruft dropping them In her dress. "Hey aCOLD

substance, "Don't you know us. and Connie, looking bored and the book fell from his hands bath-house connected to the raft Bill grabbed her, held her a breathless you detective, got a gun?"

We cast out devils in your name. bade them good night When she I and began floating downstream, by a wire. I like music with my moment In his arms till she "No. Miss I'm a divorce detective -

We did many wonderful works In had gone Mr. Allenbury remarked: title up. He plunged In after it, if moonlight" got her balance ."
'your And He will "I "This is the first time she's been "Oh, oh!" she gasped, half
name
say ,' It got around the bend, and wan Bill sat on the chest and looked Out of the shadows stepped a
never knew It Is to here In six: hated breathless with laughter then
you. possible up years always seen, his reputation as a fisherman' down at her. "You're a funny kid. hand
lie deceived about our salvation the place. Well, good night, was gone smash! That's what you seem up here broke away. "Thanks you win! I'll man raised i

i ,We will have many surprises In' Chandler. See you In the morn Almost at the bend, he made a Very different from the gal on the race you (To Be Continued) .I FORSF

heaven. It Is the opinion of the ing." grab for the book, had his fingers boat." More than ----

[writer that we are going to miss "Is there a telephone on this on It. when he felt a sharp tug at "And I feel different This place scattered throughout 2,000 japonlcas the Ravine are RELIEVES INTENSE t

om of these cold, technical, dead, floor?" asked BiU.. "I forgot to the rod which made It fly out of is all tied up with my childhood. Jardens at Palatka on

cynical, professing Christians who !leave an Important message" with his hands. The rod, too, was float- The trees the air the water, even .- : I 1

now hold nigh seats in the sanct my man." Ing downstream! He saw a fish the frogs Jove it all. We've -

uary. This is no reflection upon "It's down stairs In the small which looked like a whale to his always had heavenly times here, Rock observation terraces are located QUICKLY, EFFECTIVELY

professing Christians. Many of room oft. the living room. I'll show distorted vision. Madly he plunged every minute completely filled-like vine Gardens at strategic at places In the Ra IYKO. the pleasant and Soothln

of them are sincere, warm, and you." after the rod, the book forgot today. Palatka., ten remedy that is absorbed Into tit

P consecrated Men are not saved Bill looked at his watch. "On ten. Sprawling in the stream, "It's been perfect," responded! kin, gives sufferers quick relief from

by what they do, but salvation In second thought It can wait until bruised and bewildered, he man BUI soberly "The very beet I he Itching agony of Beatles Itch,

the human heart always produces morning. He's probably not there aged to grab the rod just before it "But it's costing me a fortune,' !w...UAM/ia.l....:.,L....'IOU..l... .rryw,1..."N. foe Eczema Itch, Ringworm and other, Athlete's parasitic Foot akin, 2

certain definite results. Paul, be. now anyhow." reached the bend. He was draggeda she said In mock seriousness. "I'm .......... ..-,...... rrlUtlons.! Ask your druggist tat
fore he met Jesus on the Damascus I But Chandler was up slightly before few feet, but held on for dear paying dearly for this day of fun." J.. :".a; ',,,L":':": .::. IYKO today, and If not quickly re-
road, wanted to kill everybodywho I five and 2!=r..J.k' =!: leved your money will be refunded
the next morning life, made grab at an overhang. "But bow what said Bill, .......-1.__. f Ryfco Products, Atlanta, CJa .
was a Christian. After he was ineakcd down to the den and put Ing bough of a tree The fish pulled completely bowled over. "I mean, : :w.E'i.I = TWO SIMPUE: RULES
KYKO sold in Starke
converted he said In substance "I I By
In a call for Warren Haggerty and on the rod, and Bill felt as just Brown's Pharmacy and good drag INSTEAD of buying costly medicines -
wish all of you people were justas told him Connie was at the lodge. 'though he were on the rack. Fin. I She laughed, drew her hand stare everywhere to relieve the discomforts of a

I am except I wouldn't put "Great. said Haggerty. "We'll arrive ally he managed to right him- I across his face, without touching cold, try the way almost any doctor

these chains on you." Before he at midnight, right on the dot. self, but the fish pulled madly at : it as though to wipe off Its expression. you ask will approve an the modern

was converted he hounded Chris- Tomorrow every paper in town will the rod, and Bill perforce followedIt "It's my own fault for daringto FUNERAL DIRECTORMy way, -genuine only BAYEH I5# for ASPIRIN.It a dozen.

tians. After he was converted he headline that girl in a suit for ali downstream, around the bend. bet with father on men. I'm a tablets now,or costa two full dozen for s quarter.

wept over sinner It does make enations!" Suddenly, Connie perceived the rotten judge of men." Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render The way you use it i is this: Two

,r.' a difference when men meet Jesus Bill heard footsteps, and, alarmed fish, followed by the rod and by "Aren't we all ?" he asked gainIng EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTT5OUS: SERVICE BAYER tablets the moment you

:, Christ If there isn't a diffeernce hung up quickly and entered Bill, and gave an excited yell. composure MODERATE PRICES feel a cold coming on. taken with II

between what a man was before he the main room. Mr. Allenbury did "Reel him!" cried Mr. AllenburyIn "Anyway I bet him a new plane DeWITT C. JONES full class of water. Hepeat if necessary pack--
directions in
professed Christianity and what he aot appear surprised at seeing him. great excitement "No, give him Florida according to
that you'd tip your hand In the Starke. If at the same time, throat u
I is after he professes Christianity, "Hello! Couldn't wait until you more! Now reel him!" first twenty-four hours." I age sore, gargle with three Bayer tabletsin
,<)then the man hasn't any Chrlstl- were called eh? Same here. They for almost instant
Bill tried to follow Instructions, Tip my hand' ? Go on. ., H glass water
<.l"u.nltv-" .,. say that s the mark of a real fish but the fish had other Ideas, and She became apologetic. "You see, rehe Bayer Aapmn acts to light
.-- erman" wants know 1 fever and the aches: and pains of a
started an attack. Connie unmindful everyone one to us Ask
Recreation will continue to be a "It's In the blood," said BUI relieved. of the fact that she was not and you did want to know us on For Expert RepairingSmith's cold.druggist Relief for comes genuine quickhr.BAYER ASPl'your

major feature of the Florida home I dressed for fishing, grabbed a net the boat I fUN by its full name not the aanu"aspirin"

demonstration program in 1937.ARMOLES "And cow I suppose we'll haveto on the bank and plunged Into mid- "On the boat repeated Bill I alone.
wait another hour until Connie
stream deftly swooped the fish Into grimly. "I see my error now."
comes down for, breakfast." the net as Bill reeled rapidly. Together "But I didn't know your type," I
"You mean she's going with
: BIG CROP GaragePhone
they were practically em- she continued. I
FERTILIZERS FERTILIZER us? I thought she didn't like fish-
braced as they helped each other "Type, my eye I'm unique!" i
MATERIALS!:
Ing. nd the fish up the bank. Mr. Al He was Indignant. ,|
Canto Discount toComml..l "So did I, until last
night. Maybe -
Big I
lenbury followed excitedly. "That's a help! Well Dad placer I 120 15
Merchants and i
a we've converted her.
"It's !" cried /cal A DOZfMx
I Farmers Associations Walleye Mr. Allen. you Impetuous, friendly enthualastlc -
It was a swift-moving mountain bury, a spasm of envy crosslnv. !:'s guileless Wrecker Service rvu. OZCN row n.
J. U HARRELL, Agent ( Day or Night
Lawtey, Pin. stream to which Mr. Allenburytook face. "The biggest, most eutive "Ju.t a minute!" he Interrupted. J Virtually Ic a TabidAY

his guest and his daughter trout In Glen ..I.rdenVe! ve been "I m not sure about 'gluleless.' It



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iBradford f Gas Up an understanding of the Word thatIs
County TelegraphEstablished LAWTEY 1- Consumption RISIHG

: TOO LATE O. J. Phillip, C.rre..4..t The use of gasoline in Bradford most convincing AIIss Edna Lewis, ( nrn.pua.
Extra seats hud to be providedto ...,;
1877 County rose from 85,041 gallonsIn .
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I \VunnVeutlipr Continue Underhill ,, ,,
TO CLASSIFY I November to 93,468 gallons in care for the large attendanceand titip ,
An acraege of plowed 1 land greater night; with Elder amt,J \ ,
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\ December according to figures time as usual was forgottenas Hall of .. \
MEMBERLOR Fly ntSF.LI KAY than usual attests to the extentto Green Cove ..j, "? ...
-' \PRESS ASSOCIATION ....nl...". Florida I>r.n. A.*n* which Lawtey farmers have tak- just released by the Department of questions were asked and answered :Miss Etna Conn
., Agriculture. During the same pe- :
en advantage of recent weeks of and the two hours spent Branch spent<<:! SatUrtL.y, ,,
riod kerosene; consumption rose n '
rtwatd ? ouctz- \1 I discovered a nice new Indoor spring-like weather. All throughthis from 7,460 gallons to 9,089 gal I very profitably as well as pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs \V c CUT' ,, .
section fields have been turned
"'port last week and have been lons, Mr, and Mrs A A fI,,' ,

having more fun than you can Imagine : and preparations made for the approaching ---.-_.- A duet and a solo added to the were the dinner gti.Mr !, "': .

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class dlggln' In the archived. cropping season. A .MIS.xIO.V: II.\M interest' There' were' five ministers and Mrs Rail'), j \1\c.,.:

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. I When you become bored and weary they number have of been growers able report to gain that at The Internationally known Bible present and a number of out- Pine Level "

with life as It Is today and start Teacher Conference Speaker and of-town visitors, among them, a Miss Dorothy Crosln
least one month In their farm op- \ IV ?
L. Matthews _____u_ _____ ______ Editor and Owner tryln' to talk yourself Into the Idea I erations There has been but lit- Author Dr. F. L. Brooks of Chat- party of four who accompanied Dr. ing relatives in JJtk"?" \".
I that you'd like to go back to those I Brooks from Jacksonville.The cently "
-- -- tle rain and cold here this season tanooga, Tenn., who made his third
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I I "good old days" take a few hours and most farmers are now ready to visit to the Mission Tuesday even- Two Ladders will be the topic Miss Vera Lee Let h I
off and go Into a huddle with the their ing stilled and thrilled his hearers of the study next week Memory dinner guests '" ',
plant and some have Sunday,,,
:
Yearly, $1.. 0 Six !Months 75c Payable In Advance archives and they'll give a crops r:
> ; j you already planted corn and other with his almost supernatural message verses Bibles, paper and pen- Conner of Gum Branch, :1li.y,

: Advertising: Rates! on ApplicationALL jolt and make you realize that this early spring v!getables.I I filled with power and passion cils are the proper equipment of ta McRae of Pine Level :\i.s, \ _

__ __ _ "good old days" stuff Is largely a for lost souls the meetings na Lewis and Miss c-
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j mess of mental hooey : >e"oslorsssla.
Seaboard Improve Dr. Brooks' ability to
It all came! about by beln' I I quote
Rir.IIT. ROAI 13 ADVOCATES. GET READY my The Seaboard Air Line Railway scripture giving chapter, verse .
asked by the Tampa Chamber of "
has a crew here painting the depot connection etc, Is
astonishing and
The fight bl i on again and Starke and all other towns Comemrce to get up a fifteen min ] Ja k
and shipping platform a bright I his messages are, illuminated with J <: ,ul".ut
ute radio I hit on the P :
program
along the route of State Highway No. 13 are preparing for new color, and when completed the ALACF
Idea of presenting "Tampa Yesterday
job will add mu-li to the looks of %: O'1'1'EIP Jan
battle and planning to have a large delegation in Tallahasseeon Today and Tomorrow" BO their I "'')1& TX AI'PI.I\TIOY URF11senate : 23-24

Thursday, January 28, for the budget meeting of the new I went to the newspaper office property \ ( IX Illll IIKllBlftvThat N... ItlanTl.lit >nT\P'1r -Saturday-Sunday-

'1 State Road Department. and pawed over the files of papers Strawberry Movement router Shi "antlth',' 'holder. "of;
publisher ten twenty and thirty I 11-19 of Tax CfrUfate+ | No. 99, IMI BY SPECIAL
{'' This delegation, of course, will advocate completion of to see what folks Contrary to reports published InVednl"Sday's ailed the all, day of August 1 A' 1>. ARRANGEMENT
years ago were ;
112H,
had filed I office Readers
\ xame In pf This
the "missing link" of Road 13 between Baldwin and Yulee. It doing and thinking and talking daily papers there Han made application for ray a tax deed and Super Stage and Paper Screen Will Attraction Be Admitted to See Tht$, Gigantic
at
has been to he Reduced
not a carlot of strawberries Issued thereon Said Prices
1 is a stretch of road that has long defeated the usefulness of about in the so-called "good oldJays" loaded here' this season and embrace the following rerunpate deMcrlhed --
and how stacked property In the DIRECT FROM HOLLYWOOD The ,
see they County of
this important highway since tourist travel has gone out of I: with weather .remaining as at the Bradford. State of Florida, to-wlt: .rest..at. Variety Show on Tour Curt "
up compared with today. I figured Northwest Quarter of o( lit eelecUd. from Holly wood'.'famqui '::0
Northeast
the through Jacksonville rather than the few incomplete present the first car Is stated: to Movie Colony r.
way cross that maybe a little look In' back Quarter Month weft Quarter of w
begin loading here the first of Northeast Quarter
North of "
miles.A might prove helpful as a guide for '
River
next week. have Section IU Township 7 ON STAGE
eyeral pints
the future. South, Range' 21 Kant,
delegation from Jacksonville will also be in Tallahassee been sold here' 'mostly to local 5a Acres .more or Jeaa.containIng -
Well, from hearln' the
next week and will do everything in its' to defeat this women truckers and the largest movementso The assessment of the said property -
power folks talk I had the Idea that liv- under the acid certificate 1.l -

project since its completion would mean that a large amountof In' costs today were all out of far hundred this season has not exceededone Ing M".dVa..* In the name of E. J, Dowl- -o ( )
crates in one ox'
tourist travel would go around Jacksonville instead of reason with food prices sky high. which was Tuesday when about day UnlexK. according said certificate to law shall the be property redaemsxl --

through it. However, during the campaign Governor Cone Imagine my surprise to find on that number was sold on the local to the dexcrlbed highest therein bidder will be Bold
checking prices of ten and twenty at the courthouse -

promised voters of this section that finishing Road 13 wouldbe years ago to find that they just market, Most growers are through the. month clonr of on!March the flret, 1917.: Monday which In I In

one of the first acts of his administration, so friends of this about average up the same as today mulching their plants and now are the Dated let., day thin! of March 1017. I
ready for action if the weather 16th day of January
highway will go to Tallahassee next week with new hope. While meats and a few items continues warm. Crate dealers 1917(OFFICIAL w
SHAD
are higher today a careful check
Interested citizens from Fernandina Callahan and Bald- here have a large supply of crates A. J, THOMAS( ..-
reveals that
other items are much on hand and will be able
to FEATURING
for
win will be in Starke Monday on their way down the line to cheaper so It averages' up about the I the needs of growersI'ersonalt, care l-22-29-St-2-6-12-l Bradford f'ounty.!) Florida JOHNNIE DUNN '-

enlist the support of all cities and counties along the route of I same. I I IN PERSON
\OIMR: oMPI .' '
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In the matter of clothing, the \ IO\
Road 13. They should be met here with a spirit of friendly Mrs. A. M. Blanchard was call-I Iron 'I'\Y I)":")1) Hollywood', Prime Minister of Pun I .
shopper can get much better values cooperation and the assurance that Starke and Bradford for his dollar today standardization -, ed to Miami Tuesday because of XOTIf' J 13, HnilEBY OIVEN. J SPUD e r
That .
SEALL
the serious illness of one of her airs. r> 13 Turner holder of
County will have a fine representation in Tallahassee next and mass production have I brothers Tax. Certificate. No 402. I."ed the Comodinn. From Mnl Roach Studio 1 (
brought prices down amazingly. who was injured in an ac- 'ml' day of July, A. D, 1034, has a \ _
week. filed name In
cident there Saturday my office and has
Rents' were higher twenty years made application for a tax deed to ,, MILDRED PERLEE t
o the Lawtey taxpayers are reminded he Issued thereon. Said certificate. Amorirn'fl iweotheurt
.ago Discounting boom years of the Darrel "
that this is the last month that a embracethe following; described. Starred. In 4Jnd Stint" Picture Hit I
WHY FOLKS ARE SO GOOD LATELY real estate prices are lower In property In the County of Bradford, I
discount will be allowed on tax State of Florida to-wlt: e
Instances. e
We used
many to
pay payments. All taxes this Lots Five. Six, Seven, night of AND THE FAMOUS
paid
Sheriff A. O. Andreu has his own private theory as to from $75 to $200 for a phonograph month are subject to a discount of to Hlock 8tarke, 4, J,Section O. Alvarez 28 Township Addition Hollywood Ambassador

''f 1 why things have been so quiet during the past two or three get compare in the that with of what you can one per cent aad no further dis- A The South llange 22 HiiKt. Orchestra pp I,
way a radio today for asseesment of the said property IWo Flr.t Great Thi-lllvrl
: weeks. Those who usually get into all kinds of mischief are. less money If anyone tried to counts will be allowed after the under the said certificate IHHiied e
wan In the
name of J. J Bullen.
now saving their money to buy a new automobile tag, he says. charge us $1,500 or $2.000 for the first.Mrs.. Unless fiald. certificate shall be redeemed ON SCREEN
kind of an W. H. Biggs Is visiting relatives according to law the property "COUNiERFElT: ,
automobile
He expects a new outbreak of celebrating have they sold us I described therein LADY"t
as soon as they in Starke this week.J. will be sold
for that money in 1920 we would I tn the highest bidder at the courthouse RALPH .-. .- I
a white and green license plate and have had time to save up a call It highway robbery. There Is L. Harrell manager of the dooi on the flrnt Monday In -CLIP THIS COUPON OUT
I the month of March 1917: ,
Lawtey Loading and which I.i I" .
few dollars again. I no comparison In values. We paid Shipping Co., i the Int. day of March, 1937. AND '
was a business visitor to Jacksonville i ateti this 15th.. THIS COUPON
$25 for a tire that day of January,
0 we buy for $10 I'm.' 30
today.As Monday. OFFICIAL SEAL)
IT'S GOODBYE TO THE SPOILS SYSTEM, WE HOPE Mrs. G. W. Roberts and children A, J. THOMAS Saturday-Sunday--Januarv.
for roads we just didn't were visiting relatives Clerk of Circuit Court of 23-24
at DeLand
What any a few years back, sand I Bradford County, Florida. .. -J rwretaL I
a man-this man Roosevelt! trails over the week-end. i l-22-29-5t-2-6-U-l I a t1>

Now he is out gunning for the spoils system. The thing a lea trip from from one Miami town to to Jl I The Rev the G.Florida Fir Cutshaw, who attended -

that is nearest and dearest the heart of every political par- or Tampa to Pensncolu was harderto at Oc'iili'' last Baptist week Convention returned -

ty. The weapon with which most officeholders in the past make than a trip across the con- to his home here Friday.W IYOU1VE

have been pleased to reward their friends and punish their tinent today. Life was harder and J. Harrell transacting busIness
in
enemies. rougher every respect. People In New York City this week.
worked from ten to twelve hoursa H. C. Brown of Starke

President Roosevelt, with vision and courage that is al- day for less pay than they get to- business: visitor here Tuesday was aft-a GOT TO BE GOOD

most'unprecedented in the history of politics, is day for eight hours. ernoon.

ing the ext nsion of the Civil Service merit recommend-I The longer you have lived In a Mrs. Chas Dinkins and daugh-

I, eral jobs except the "highest policy determining you place know and, the the more more fun people you will you.rela-tives TO STAY OUT IN FRONT

The past four years have demonstrated that what this have diggin' in the archives for I }

man Roosevelt wants he usually gets, so if he really sets his j you will get a real kick out of OI.U JOIIHe \ :
a1.ePa1000 '
heart on this latest goal be reading the old wedding announcements :\0"
1 we may reasonably sure of bid II"
( social items, accounts of >"..I. Thl :tae: Tent
ding farewell to the villainous spoils system at an early date. school graduations and other news

We wish Mr. Roosevelt well in his new emancipation / of days gone by. You will find or Old 6 times John" every says, "I night had to This get blitd-up. 5 r ,

''+( proclamation. It will mean the emancipation of politics from many big shots of an earlier day der getting, Irritation raimed frequent desire SSO1
up nlghte' ,
are down burning: and
the slave-dl''wing of job-hunters and and out now. Many of uokache I hushed out excess _
angry will make possible I them are gone. Youngsters who acids and polftnna with little green 4.

a new era of honesty and efficiency. It will mean that a man were In knee pants are today successful juniper tablet oil made etc from Just Itch l Itav''M, ,
nay Buketa ti
t. will hold a job because he is the best equipped for the place business men, members of your drtiKirlHt" After 4 days If not>

and not because he is friend the legislature civic leaders. sure pleuHed feel he better will refund your 25e I
a of a friend of somebody with I. after thut flitMhin
and I
get "
One my regular gleep.
thing that impressed Mitch
pull. me was el\'. Drug, Stole.CENT .
I! the value and Importance of the
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Chamber of Commerce, Follow-

\l'1101VILL IIA VE THE NO. 1 TAG IF NOT CONE? j I I ;ng the unbiased record down A WORD

through the years'', the part the

Governor Cone has again demonstrated his democraticway .hatnbeB of Commerce plays In a

of living by refusing to com. ;unltr; a ;growth an:1:1 develop COLUMNWILL
accept the No. 1 license tag that ment is
truly amazing.It ESSOLUBE 9&
past governors have been accustomed to sport on their private Is the one Clearinghouse for; PAY CASH-for Used pi_ .ck

J automobiles. Maybe we're just an old plutocrat at heart but the whole community It's closest anos. Write Lillian's Music
Store, 342 W.
' since there has to be a No. 1 tag anyway, we wish the Gover- contact It Is with the outside world as 'I Gainesville, Fla. University Ave.tf. 92i ifi.fi.eAl &ifl9 71tff1 i"
representative of the
nor would go ahead and accept it. We feel certain that Gov- city as a
whole and it was Interesting to FEMALE: HELP WANTED-

f ernor Cone's head is immune, but the No. 1 tag is almost sure note that It was the courage and Country girl or woman at once because l{:% h ua.l'ue

to turn that of the lesser official who falls heir to it. faith and vision of those civic leaders for general ho sework. Good home aele, J j-f.ev !

of an earlier day who took an and $8 per month. Mrs. L. C. Lee,

QP. :active Interest in the Chamber of Doctor's Inlet, Fla. l-13-2tp
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i ; WHY NOT DISCUSS MATTERS 'PEACEFULLY FIRST I Commerce, that Is largely respon- More Florida motorists
iiblo for the Improvement. NEBRASKA RED BLISS seed po- use that ESSOLUBE MOTOR
\ and advantages
Effects of the strikes tatoes for sale. Also full line
that
ESSOLUBE
are tying up many industries that are yours and mine MOTOR OIL OILpe
in the north are felt even as far toda)'. beans, corn, pea and garden seed. ormsbesr-inyourcal'.
away as we are-many miles Our seed all northern and than other brand.
are western .That's
In any There
I from the actual 1916 for example are three
scene but not too far to be reached a group of separate and
by rising grown as good as can be
1 prices and shortage of Tampans sat around a Chamber of because they have found from distinct
some commodities. Commerce committee table bought. We also carry full line of ways you save
and money
A strike is an expensive :Jlscussed fertillaer as good as the best with experience,. that ESSOLUBE
proposition for everybody con- plans for a highway to when use ESSOLUBE
you
cerned. Plant connect organic nitrogen as high as 90 per .
owners, of course, lose for the Tampa and Miami, across their
money time that cent.
the See us for prices before buy- protects motors more You
their Everglades The get a dependable
machinery lies idle and same group -
unproductive. The community i ng. Brownlee Bros. 1-15-U premium
where the I were working on plans for a cross completely Experience is
t strike occurs loses heavily. But the heaviest los state railroad to connect Tampa FOR RENT: Five room cottage- quality motor oil for only
1 : ers of all are the strikers and l Palm Beach the true and safe guide in
themselves. ,
Pay envelopes vanish. they talked of furnished or unfurnished. J. W. a quarter a quart You won't

Hatreds are started and often the job itself is lost. Time bringing new Industries to the city, :Morgan. tf buying motor oil. Many finehave
1 consumed: in improving our harbor.: to buy as much oil for
strike ,
a may not be made up in a year's work. Today we ride in comfort across FOR SALE-Seeds that succeed. sounding phrases can "-

l Most strikes are usually settled by compromise in the the Tamluml Trail that those men Potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and be ESSOLUBE lasts j

s long run. How much better it would be all around if the com knew only as a vision. In alrondltloned squash corn beans, peanuts peas used in claims longer. ESSOLUBE

l t promise were reached in the beginning : pullman trains we ride land peppers. New crop seed and about motor oil-but
teome'near: before workers have from Tampa to Palm Beach over prices right at White's Store. protects your motor r

t ;lark : starvation and investors have lost millions of dol- the railroad those men only hoped l-22-4tp experience will prove 1 '

J l that can never ba made up. would be built, Great Industriesof "- saves engine repairs.
HOUSE
FOR SALE
or trade for
t I Almost any difference can adjusted in a peaceful dis he which Cement they Plant talked the have com, light auto. D. Trowbridge Law. I'

w cussion between Canning'Factories tey Fla. ,
,: t employees and employers if neither side is the Railroad Shops toj! lip

" s ,. too hard-headed to believe that the other can have any rights employ thousands of people and Increase FOR SALE-One million Missionary

\ whatsoever. : payrolls. strawberry plants $1.23 per ,

When your children and mine 1,000 at field> )or. RhoUen! Starke.
Q dig into the archives ten. twenty or 1-22-Stp
:i bJ STANDARD
A woman novelist. : says what this world thirty yeara from now they will i OIL, COMPANYINCORPORATED
needs
t today is FOR SALE
t league of all a find it was the work we are doing -Barred Rock fryers.
C the women in the world. If one woman Wally toJay through the Chamber of Phone 123J.WANTED ,!

Simpson: can do so much alone we shudder Commerce and other ;'
0t to think what the civic bodies Blackgum IN KENTUCKY'f
results of uch a league:; might: be. that gave them greater opportunl-1 blocks. Mont brooks Crate veneer
ties and advantages. Co? L
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